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Cougars’ duo named to Under-17 Hockey Challenge

Prince George Cougars defenceman Tyson Buczkowski (06) and goaltender Madden Mulawka (06) have been selected to represent Team Canada at the upcoming Under-17 Hockey Challenge, which runs from November 3-12 in Langley and Delta. Buczkowski will be playing for Team Canada Black, while Mulawka will suit up for Team Canada White.

Buczkowski, 16, was the 15th overall selection by the Cougars in the 2021 WHL Prospect’s Draft. The 5’11” defender from Saskatoon, SK has played four games this season for the Cougars, and has registered six shots in those contests.

Mulawka, 16, was the 100th overall selection by Prince George also in the 2021 WHL Prospect’s draft. The net-minder from Edmonton, AB played in two regular season games this season, and sported a 1-1 record. Mulawka also had two starts between the pipes during the pre-season, where he collected a pair of victories.

The Cougars return to action this weekend, beginning on Friday against the Vancouver Giants  at the Langley Events Centre (7:30 PM start) and then wrap up the trip on Saturday night against the Kamloops Blazers at the Sandman Centre (7:00 PM start). You can catch both games on 94.3 The Goat and WHL Live.

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