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Matthew Charron of the Ridge Meadows Rustlers midget A2 team, right, tries to tie up the puck along the boards at the 35th annual Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association Midget Scholarship Tournament Sunday evening at Pitt Meadows Arena. Charron played for the Fraser Valley Oilers at the all-star game, taking on the Greater Vancouver Canucks. - Colleen Flanagan
Matthew Charron of the Ridge Meadows Rustlers midget A2 team, right, tries to tie up the puck along the boards at the 35th annual Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association Midget Scholarship Tournament Sunday evening at Pitt Meadows Arena. Charron played for the Fraser Valley Oilers at the all-star game, taking on the Greater Vancouver Canucks.
— image credit: Colleen Flanagan

Matthew Charron of the Ridge Meadows Rustlers midget A2 team, right, tries to tie up the puck along the boards at the 35th annual Pacific Coast Amateur Hockey Association Midget Scholarship Tournament Sunday evening at Pitt Meadows Arena. Charron played for the Fraser Valley Oilers at the all-star game, taking on the Greater Vancouver Canucks.

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