Last week Hockey Alberta announced their shortlist and it was stock full of WHL drafted talent. This week B.C. Hockey made their shortlist official. The group will be evaluated while with their club teams and then whittled down to a group of 20 that will represent the British Columbia province at the 2017 Western Canada Challenge Cup in Calgary come October.
Here is the list, with the team that took them in the 2017 bantam draft and when they were signed if they have been signed.
Campbell Arnold Spokane 2nd round
Braedy Euerby Vancouver 5th round
Dylan Garand Kamloops 3rd round-signed 6/13/17.
Koen MacInnes Saskatoon 2nd round
Dylan Anderson Everett 4th round
Ethan Brandwood Kamloops 7th round
Tanner Brown Vancouver 2nd round-signed on 5/17/17.
Braydon Clark Prince Albert 3rd round
Aidan De La Gorgendiere Saskatoon 1st round 5th overall-signed 5/17/17.
Brody Gagno Prince George 6th round
Ryan Helliwell Portland 3rd round
Brody Gagno Prince George 2nd round
Kurtis Smythe Saskatoon 2nd round
Ryan Watson Medicine Hat 3rd round
Ethan Bowen Kelowna 2nd round
Jack Finley Spokane 1st round 6th overall-signed 6/7/17.
Tyler Horstmann Edmonton 4th round
Kent Johnson Everett 10th round
Ben King Swift Current 1st round 13th overall-signed 5/23/17.
Kyler Kovich Red Deer 4th round
John Little Vancouver 3rd round
Jalen Luypen Edmonton 9th round
Cameron MacDonald Brandon 5th round
Wyatt Marlow Swift Current 10th round
Michael Milne Kootenay 8th round
Payton Mount Seattle 1st round 19th overall-signed 6/14/17.
Tyson Phare Prince George 1st round 18th overall-signed 5/23/17.
Nicolas Porchetta Everett 10th round
Brandon Santa Juana
Jarrod Semchuk Kamloops 6th round
Cole Shepard Vancouver 2nd round
Justin Sourdif Vancouver 1st round 3rd overall-signed 5/19/17.
Kalen Szeto Saskatoon 5th round