Langley Knights' Brendan Campbell has been selected to play in next week's PJHL all-star game in Mission. He is the lone member of the Knights chosen for the game

Four picked for all-star game

Langley quartet chosen for PJHL game in Mission

Four Langley junior B hockey players are set to skate in next week’s Pacific Junior Hockey League all-star game.

Langley Knights defenceman Brendan Campbell, Abbotsford Pilots defenceman Kellan Lavalee and Aldergrove Kodiaks forward Eric Callegari will suit up for the the Harold Brittain Conference all-star squad.

And making the roster for the Tom Shaw Conference is Delta Ice Hawks forward Michael Rand.

Rand leads his team in both goals (14) and points (38) while Callegari is tops among all Kodiaks players in goals with 19 and is tied for second in points with 32.

Lavallee has two goals and 13 points on the season while Campbell has four goals and six points.

The two teams hit the ice on Monday night (Jan. 11) at the Mission Leisure Centre.


The Knights host the Port Moody Panthers tomorrow (Thursday) at the George Preston Recreation Centre.

Langley is coming off a pair of losses, 5-1 to Aldergrove on Jan. 2 and 4-1 to the Richmond Sockeyes on Jan. 3.

The games were both held at Richmond’s Minoru Arena as part of the PJHL’s Winter Classic weekend.

Jacob De Waal and Jeevan Dosange had the Langley goals as the Knights fell to 4-27-0-2 on the season.