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3 Kings Alumni named to BCHL 60th Anniversary team

Continuing the BCHL 60th anniversary celebrations the league revealed its 60th anniversary team and two former Kings were named to the roster!

Robb Gordon (1992 to 1994)

Gordon had two highly productive seasons for the Paper Kings in the early ’90s. His rookie year, he put up 93 points in 60 games and in his second, he had 158 points in 60 games, good enough for the seventh highest total in a single BCHL season. He finished his two-year career with 251 points in 120 games. He won the Vern Dye Memorial Trophy for Most Valuable Player in his final season.

Scott Frizzell (1987 to 1989)

Frizzell is another BCHL blueliner who cracked the 100-point milestone when he racked up 120 points in his second year in the league with Powell River. Between his season with the Paper Kings and his first year with the Delta Flyers, he notched 175 career points in 105 games.

Michael Garteig (2009-2011)

After his three-year career, Garteig would own most BCHL goaltending records. His 92 career wins and 12 career shutouts are the most all time. His 1.69 goals-against average in 2010-11 with Powell River is the best mark in a single season and his seven shutouts that year are also tied for the most. He actually appears twice on both of those single-season record lists, posting a 1.93 goals-against the next year with Penticton, good enough for ninth best, as well as five shutouts, tied for seventh. His .934 save percentage in 2010-11 is the fourth highest all time. He finished his BCHL career with a 92-23-3 record, a .921 save percentage and a 2.07 goals-against average. He was named the league’s Top Goaltender in both of his final two seasons. Garteig currently plays for HIFK in Finland.

To see the full 60th anniversary team visit bchl.ca/bchl-unveils-60th-anniversary-team