Warriors Felix Caron wins fan vote for BCHL All-Star Game
West Kelowna Warriors forward Felix Caron will join defender Isaiah Norlin and represent the West Kelowna Warriors at the 2024 BC Hockey League All-Star Game in Penticton in January.
Caron, 19, was selected into the game, along with three other players from the Interior Conference and three from the Coastal Conference, via a fan vote. The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) commit enters the weekend tied for the league lead in goals with 15 tallied along with 11 assists to sit with 26 points in 23 games played this season. Caron leads the Warriors in points and ranks 12th in the league in scoring.
The Terrebonne, Quebec native was selected along with Penticton Vees forward Ryan MacPherson, Salmon Arm Silverbacks forward JJ Monteiro and Merritt Centennials blueliner Kiernan Poulin from the Interior Conference in the fan vote. Coquitlam Express forward Cole Melady, Nanaimo Clippers forward Willyam Gendron and Chilliwack Chiefs forward Brady Millburn were picked by the fans from the Coastal Conference.
For a look at the whole All-Star rosters and the events of the All-Star Weekend, taking place January 19-20 in Penticton, click HERE.
The Warriors return to action with their annual Teddy Bear Toss taking place on Saturday night at Royal LePage Place against the Trail Smoke Eaters. Fans are encouraged to bring a stuffed animal (wrapped in plastic) and throw it onto the ice following West Kelowna’s first goal of the game. The stuffies will be collected and given to the Salvation Army as well as the Stuffies for Seniors program. Puck drop is slated for 7:00 PM