Blazers forward to play on national team in world hockey challenge

Kamloops Blazer Jake Kryski
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KAMLOOPS - Blazers forward Jake Kryski, all of 16 years old, will represent Canada at the U-17 World Challenge set to take place this November in Sarnia, Ontario.

Kryski, originally from Vancouver, is among the 66 players chosen to play for three Canadian teams. 

Acquired by the Kamloops team in 2013, the forward has started the 2014-2015 season with five points.

He'll miss five games with the team while attending the event. The challenge will take place from Nov. 2 - 8.

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