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Player, coach represent Team B.C.

A Nanaimo hockey player will wear the Team B.C. logo at the Canada Winter Games next year.

Danielly Hardy was selected to the province’s U18 team through her participation in B.C. Hockey’s high-performance program.

The Games will be held starting Feb. 13 in Prince George.

“We’ve assembled a terrific staff and great team of young players who are all thrilled to compete at the Canada Winter Games,” said Nancy Wilson, B.C. Hockey’s director of operations, in a press release. “We are particularly excited to be playing at the games in our home province.”

Hardy attends Kelowna's Pursuit of Excellence academy.

Nanaimo’s Christina Sharun will be an assistant coach for Team B.C.

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