West Kelowna goaltender voted to BC Hockey League all-star game

Fans select Warrior goalie

West Kelowna Warriors goaltender Johnny Derrick has been voted to the BC Hockey League all-star game.

Derrick was one of 10 players selected to the team through an online fan vote.

He is fourth in the league with 10 wins. In 15 appearances, he has a 3.42 goals against average and .897 save percentage.

Penticton forward Luc Wilson was also voted to the Interior Division team as well as three members of the Prince George Spruce Kings, goaltender Aaron Trotter and forwards John Herrington and Simon Labelle.

More than 94,600 votes were cast during the week of online fan voting.

The five players selected from each division will join nine others already selected to compete in the three-on-three tournament during all-star weekend in Penticton Jan.15.

Players selected to the three-on-three tournament will be split into four teams each comprising of six skaters and a goaltender.

They will play a round robin tournament with games consisting of two seven-minute periods. Second and third place teams will meet in a semi-final with the winner taking on the round robin winner in the final.

The all-star weekend will also include a prospects game Friday, Jan. 14 at the SOEC.

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