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 Chuck Kobasew 19
Chuck Kobasew

Osoyoos, BC

High School:
Penticton Secondary

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195



NICOLAS (CHUCK) JAMES KOBASEW: born April 17, 1982 ... shoots right ? was one of 41 players invited to Canada's National Junior Team Evaluation Camp this past August in Calgary, Alberta.

BEFORE BC: Earned 1999-2000 Bristish Columbia Hockey League Interior Division MVP honors as a member of the Penticton Panthers ? also earned team MVP honors and Interior Conference first team all-star honors ? registered a team-high 106 points ? 54 goals and 52 assists ? in 58 games in 1999-2000; became just the third player in team history to score 50 goals in one season ? was the top goalscorer in the BCHL; ranked fifth in the league in scoring ? led the Panthers in power-play goals (15) and short-handed goals (five) ? registered six game-winning goals ? played in the 2000 BCHL All-Star Game in Chilliwack; received the highest vote total of any player in the league with 69 of 70 possible votes ? led Penticton to a first-place finish in the BCHL?s Interior Division ? split the 1998-99 season between the Osoyoos Heat of the KIJHL and the Penticton Panthers; registered 49 points in 23 games with the Heat, before moving up to the Panthers in November 1998; recorded 28 points ? 14 goals and 14 assists ? in 30 games with the Panthers ? served as assistant captain for the Osoyoos Heat in 1998-99 and for the Penticton Panthers in 1999-2000 ? was the leading scorer for Team B.C. (and third overall) at the Winter Games in Newfoundland in February 1999; led his team to the bronze medal.

PERSONAL: Enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ? a fine student who received the Penticton Panthers? Academic Scholar Award in each of his last two seasons ? Chuck and his younger sister Bobbie are the children of Laurie Wilson and Vadim Kobasew.

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