Four Chilliwack Chiefs have been named to British Columbia Hockey League all-start teams.
Forward Luke Esposito and goalie Mitch Gillam were among the six players named to the Coastal Conference's first all-star team.
The teams were selected after a survey of BCHL coaches.
With two games remaining in the season, Esposito is second in league scoring, having racked up 17 goals and 54 assists for 71 points.
Gillam, who was named to the Interior Conference's second all-star team last season, is second in the league in save percentage and fourth, among starting goalies, in goals against average.
Meanwhile, Chiefs forwards Austin Plevy and Philip Zielonka were named to the Coastal Conference second all-star team.
Plevy is third in league scoring, having registered 70 points, including 30 goals, in 52 games.
Zielonka is fourth in goals scored, having found the net 35 times in just 43 games for Chilliwack and Coquitlam this year.
Zielonka and Esposito were also named to the league's all-rookie team.
The other first-team Coastal Conference all-stars are Langley forward Mario Puskarich and Surrey Eagles defencemen Devon Toews and Craig Wyszomirski.