June Edition, 2018

Justin Hamonic
Les Ducs d'Angers - Ligue Magnus

Justin Hamonic recently completed another year of pro hockey with the Worcester Railers of the East Coast Hockey League. Justin announced this past month he will be heading over seas for the 2018/19 season as a membrer of the Les Ducs d'Angers of Ligue Magnus; France's top hockey division. Prior to playing professional, Justin played in the Western Hockey League for the Tri-City Americans serving as captain his last 2 seasons.

Justin trains in  our Pro Group during the summer months.

Max Martin

Max Martin recently finished his third season in the Western Hockey League, playing all 72 regular season games with the Prince Albert Raiders. Max was drafted in the second round, 27th overall by the Prince George Cougars in the 2014 Bantam Draft and spent his rookie season with the club. He was then moved to the Raiders and has spent the majority of his career in Prince Albert. In 2015 Max captained the Program of Excellence Team Manitoba, and in 2016 participated at Team Canada Under 17 Development Camp.

Max trains in our R1 Junior program during the summer months.

Keyanna & Keyara Lea

Keyanna and Keyara Lea recently signed with the Nations #1 ranked female university hockey team, the University of Manitoba Bisons. The sisters are coming off a very successful season in the Junior Women's Hockey League with the Boston Shamrocks. Keyanna and Keyara both won the Aboriginal National Championship in Membertou this past May as well. 

Keyanna and Keyara both train in our R1 Female College Prep group in the summer months.

Brett Piper

Brett Piper has recently finished his 19 year old season of Junior hockey playing for the Thief River Falls Norskies of the Superior International Junior Hockey League. Piper's Junior career also consists of time with the Dauphin Kings of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. Prior to playing Junior, Brett was a member of the Program of Excellence in Kelowna, British Columbia, where he spent three seasons as a student athlete. 

Brett trains in our R1 Junior program during the summer months.

Braden Fisher

Braden Fisher recently finished his first season of midget hockey with the Winnipeg Monarchs of the Winnipeg City Midget League. Fisher, a product of Winnipeg, MB, was a seventh round pick of the Brandon Wheat Kings in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft. Fisher helped the Monarchs win the Winnipeg City Midget Championship this past season, as well as played a part in the Winnipeg Wild's playoff run as an affiliate player.

Braden trains in our R1 Junior Prep group in the summer months.

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