Five Pilots named all-stars

Guilderson, Methorst, Lavallee, Becker and Crawford heading to all-star game

Five Abbotsford Pilots player are Pacific Junior Hockey League all-stars.

The league announced rosters for its annual all-star game on Monday, with Pilots forwards Hayden Guilderson and Cole Methorst, defencemen Kellan Lavallee and Devon Becker, and goaltender Jacob Crawford all named to the mid-season classic.

Methorst leads the Pilots in scoring with 33 points, and is tied for ninth in league scoring.

Guilderson leads the Pilots with 23 assists and ranks tied for 14th in PJHL scoring.

Becker is the highest scoring Pilots defenceman, with 23 points, while Lavallee has 11 points and has been a key defensive player for Abbotsford.

Crawford has been solid in between the pipes for the Pilots all season long, and ranks fourth in the PJHL in wins, goals against average and save percentage.

He has also played the most minutes of any goaltender in the league at 1422.

The five players will represent the Harold Brittain conference at the all-star game and team with players from the Mission City Outlaws, Aldergrove Kodiaks and Ridge Meadows Flames.

The Harold Brittain conference team battles the Tom Shaw conference team made up of players from the Delta Ice Hawks, Richmond Sockeyes, North Vancouver Wolf Pack and the Grandview Steelers.

The all-star game occurs Jan. 11 at the Mission Leisure Centre in Mission. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m.

For more information on the game, visit pjhl.net.