Todd and Russell listed to the PJHL Harold Brittain Conference All-Star team!

The Pacific Junior Hockey League announced the two division All-Star lists for both the Tom Shaw Conference and the Harold Brittain Conference. Each team consists of 20 players and a coaching staff. The Langley Trappers have two players who have been named to the Harold Brittain Conference All-Star team along with Head Coach Brad Bakken, who was named as an Assistant Coach for the All-Star class along with Chris Price of the Chilliwack Jets.

#9 Austin Todd

Austin Todd began the season with the Port Moody Panthers. The Trappers picked up Todd in a trade deadline deal that brought the three year veteran over for a playoff push. Todd finished his Junior hockey career with the Trappers with 53 Goals and 48 Assists for 101 points in 133 Pacific Junior Hockey League games played. Todd finished second on the Trappers in scoring during the 2023-2024 season only behind #21 and named All-Star Mason Russell.

#21 Mason Russell

Mason Russell, a 2006 born second year veteran for the club earns both Elite Prospect status by participating in the British Columbia Hockey Conference prospects game in November, and All-Star status after being announced to the Harold Brittain Conference All-Star team. Russell, a Langley native, put up personal best numbers tallying 25 Goals and 21 Assists for 46 Points in 46 Games played during the 2023-2024 season. In two season with the club, Russell has tallied 31 Goals and 24 Assists for 55 Points in 81 Games Played.