Around the BCHL: Youth trumps experience for Chilliwack and Salmon Arm

Around the BCHL: Youth trumps experience for Chilliwack and Salmon Arm

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Welcome to the October 18, 2018 edition of Around the BCHL.

Starting today with some interesting research from the desk of Jacob Bestebroer.

The Chilliwack Chiefs scout crunched the numbers this week to see who the youngest teams in the BCHL were. The Chiefs and Salmon Arm Silverbacks tied for that distinction, each with an average age of 18.4 years.

Chilliwack is leading the league with a 12-4-0-0 record and Salmon Arm is a solid 6-6-1-0, proving that you can be competitive with youthful roster.

Seventeen year old Harrison Blaisdell is one of the kids helping the Chiefs exceed expectations.

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