Wolf Pack sends four players to PJHL All-Star Game

The league-leading North Van Wolf Pack will send four players to the PJHL All-Star game scheduled for tonight at Planet Ice in Maple Ridge.

Wolf Pack forwards Justin Lee and Lucas Barker and defencemen Jacob Callas and Nathan Haaksma will all represent the Tom Shaw Conference in the game.

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Team captain Lee is making his second appearance in the PJHL all-star game. This year he’s second on the team in goals with 19 and points with 49 in 32 games played. Eight of his goals have come on the power play while three have been game-winners.

Barker is another sharp-shooter having a strong season for the Pack. He leads the team in goals with 22 and points with 52 in 36 games. He also leads the squad with nine power play goals and four game-winners.  

Jacob Callas
Wolf Pack defenceman Jacob Callas has earned an all-star nod in his first season with the team. photo Paul McGrath, North Shore News

Callas is third in the league for points amongst defencemen with 32 points in 35 games. As the quarterback of the team’s league-leading power play unit, he has notched 18 points with the man advantage.

Haaksma is fourth in the league amongst defencemen with 27 points in 36 games. Three of his eight goals have been game-winners.

North Van is first in the league with 57 points through 37 games, four points ahead of second-place Richmond. Following the All-Star Game they’ll travel to Langley to take on the Trappers on Wednesday before hosting the Grandview Steelers on Saturday at Harry Jerome Arena.  

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