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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Bradley hopes to lead Vancouver Selects Blue to consistancy

The Vancouver Selects Blue have a very talented team on paper and go in to each tournament with somewhat of a target on their backs.  In the Calgary Champions Cup after running through the opposition in the round robin play going 4-0-0 outscoring the opposition 31-8, they ran into a tough Edmonton Rangers squad who defeated them 4-3 and knocked them out of contention for the title. 

Then at the Vancouver Challenge Cup last weekend, they hit a couple speed bumps in a 2-1 loss to the Saskatoon Jr. Blades and a hard fought semi-final loss to the BC Jr. Heat 5-4 to once again knock themselves out of title contention.

Matt Bradley, a highly regarded forward who played in the 10-11 winter season with Semiahmoo Ravens says they have to play a full 60 minutes in the tournaments, "I think our team is doing very well in winning almost all our games, but for some reason in the semi-final games we've been digging ourselves in to deep of a hole to claw out of".  Bradley feels though that if he can work on his explosiveness that he'll add the dimension needed to help his squad in those key games, "I can play much better", says Bradley.

With a team so loaded in talent from the BC area it can be hard to find roles for all the key players but Bradley feels that a few players are looked at as being key early on.  "Adam Musil likely would've been our top offensive force but he broke his arm in Calgary so after that we look to Tyler Soy and Jordan Kawaguchi for point production".  Bradley also points out a couple defensmeman who have especially been solid, "Noah Jullsen and Daniel Woolfenden have been very, very good for us."  Woolfenden played last season with the Seattle Admirals and really turned heads as a 97 underage at the WHL prospects camp in April.

With just a couple more tournaments on the horizon this summer Matt  has taken notice of a couple players who have really caught his attention from the opposition.  "Brad Morrison from the Vancouver Jr. Giants has been very good as well as defenseman Kevin Davis from the BC Jr. Heat".  Davis, was part of the Kamloops Jardine Blazers squad who won many big tournaments last season as well as KIBIHT.

Heading in to next season, Bradley looks to be a key cog in what he feels will be a very good Semiahmoo Ravens club that he thinks can challenge the BWC in 2011-2012.  "My goal for next year is to be a leader on my team, improve on all aspects throughout the season and hopefully go to westerns".

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