BCHL Today: Wild forward Morton named POW, goalie Naylor sets Clippers record, Chiefs blueliner Moore suspended two games, and more

Wild forward Morton wins BCHL Player of the Week

After posting eight points in three games, Wenatchee Wild forward Sam Morton was named BCHL Player of the Week on Tuesday. Morton scored in each of the Wild’s three games last week and also added five assists, helping Wenatchee extend its winning streak to seven games.

Clippers goalie Naylor breaks franchise record

Nanaimo Clippers goaltender Jordan Naylor set a new franchise record for shutouts in a single season with a 1-0 win on Friday vs. Cowichan Valley. The 20-year-old has six shutouts this season and is one back of the BCHL record of seven.

Chiefs defenceman Moore suspended for two games

Chilliwack Chiefs defenceman Cooper Moore has been suspended for two games for receiving a major penalty and game misconduct for kneeing during Monday’s 5-2 loss in Surrey.

Moore, who was selected by Detroit in last year’s NHL Entry Draft, will miss the Chiefs home game on Wednesday against Salmon Arm and Sunday against Langley. He is eligible to return in the first game of Chilliwack’s playoff series against the Eagles.

Clippers GM Campbell becomes team governor

The Nanaimo Clippers announced an organizational change on Tuesday with word that replaced by GM Tali Campbell has replaced owner Wes Mussio as the team’s governor. Campbell was named the Clippers GM in Dec. 2019.

Warriors goalie Morgan featured on Global TV

West Kelowna Warriors goalie Riley Morgan is featured by Global Okanagan as the 19-year-old battles back from a thyroid cancer misdiagnosis earlier this season. Morgan, who’s from Scottsdale, Arizona, is 1-3 with a 3.77 GAA and an .882 SV% since signing with the Warriors at the Jan. 10 roster deadline.

Former Eagles defenceman Adamsen signs with Frederikshavn

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Defenceman Ludvig Adamsen (four assists in 34 games with Surrey in 2015-16) has signed with the Frederikshavn White Hawks of the Danish Hockey League for the remainder of this season. Adamsen had one goal in 22 games with Tyringe SoSS of the Hockeyettan this season. Hockeyettan is the third tier of professional hockey in Sweden.

If the playoffs started today…

Mainland Division

(1) Coquitlam vs. (4) Langley
(2) Chilliwack vs. (3) Surrey

Island Division

(1) Cowichan Valley vs. (4) Alberni Valley
(2) Nanaimo vs. (3) Powell River

Interior Division

(1) Penticton vs. (6) West Kelowna
(2) Trail vs. (WC2) Prince George
(3) Wenatchee vs. (WC1) Victoria
(4) Vernon vs. (5) Salmon Arm