Alumni news

in the NewsEdit


  • Sean Collins signed a one-year two-way contract with the Washington Capitals.
  • Matt Calvert signed a three-year 6.6 million dollar contract extension with the Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • Ryan Garbutt traded to Chicago Blackhawks as part of the Patrick Sharp trade to the Dallas Stars.
  • Rick St. Croix returned to the Winnipeg Jets organization as the team's developmental goaltending coach.
  • Manitoba Moose signed Peter Stoykewych to a one-year AHL level contract.
  • Brendan Shinnimin signed a one-year two-way contract with the Arizona Coyotes.
  • Triston Grant signed a one-year contract with the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League.


  • San Antonio Rampage signed Justin Hamonic to a one-year AHL level contract.
  • St. John's IceCaps signed Travis Brown to a one-year AHL level contract.
  • Beau Taylor and the Newcastle North Stars won the AIHL Championship.



  • Colton Orr signed a one-year contract with the Stockton Heat of the American Hockey League.
  • Joel Edmundson made the St. Louis Blues opening night roster and his NHL debut on October 8.
  • Jayson Argue named Atlantic Hockey Association Goaltender of the Week (10/20).
  • Pensacola Ice Flyers of the SPHL traded forward Nick Lazorko to the Fayetteville FireAntz.


  • Myles Fee named to the staff for Team Europe's World Cup of Hockey team.
  • Brendan Harms named WCHA Offensive Player of the Week (11/15).
  • Braeden Ostepchuk named NEHC co-Goaltender of the Week (11/15).
  • Derek Gingera named to Rutland Herald Invitational All-Tournament Team.


  • Colorado Eagles of the ECHL traded forward Patrick D'Amico to the Atlanta Gladiators.
  • Craig Simchuk suspended 28 games by SPHL for intent to injure Peoria goalie Kyle Rank.
  • Travis Sanheim played for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship.
  • Lasse Petersen on Denmark's roster for the World Junior Hockey Championship.




  • Jason Kasdorf nominated for the Mike Richter Award, for most outstanding goaltender in NCAA Division l.
  • Michael Sofillas, Parker Thomas, and Saskatchewan Huskies won the CWUAA Championship.
  • Graham Zagrodney and Lindenwood Lions won the ACHA Division l National Championship.
  • David MacGregor and UMass-Boston Beacons won the NEHC Championship.
  • Jordan DePape selected to CIS All-Canadian Second Team and Adam Henry to All-Rookie Team.
  • Mack Heisinger named ECAC-NE Rookie of the Year, and to Second All-Star Team & All-Rookie Team.
  • Jason Kasdorf signed one-year entry-level contract with the Buffalo Sabres.
  • Brett Pinkerton, Jeremy Olinyk and the Adrian Bulldogs won their second straight NCHA Championship.
  • Gardiner MacDougall and the University of New Brunswick won the CIS Hockey Championship.
  • Jason Kasdorf selected to All-ECAC Second Team.
  • Richard Gratz and the Selkirk College Saints won the BCIHL Championship.
  • Travis Sanheim named to the WHL Eastern Conference Second All-Star Team.
  • Sam Waterfield and the NAIT Ooks won the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Hockey Championship.
  • Joel Edmundson earned the first NHL goal on a one-timer off Vladimir Tarasenko's feed on March 25.
  • Jack Emmer and the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles won the ACHA Division II National Championship.


  • Craig Scott selected to English Premier Ice Hockey League Second All Star Team.
  • Brett Lernout made his NHL debut playing for the Montreal Canadiens on April 2nd.
  • Jason Kasdorf made his NHL debut in Buffalo Sabres home finale, on Friday, April 8th,
    allowing four goals on 30 shots in a 4-1 loss to Columbus Blue Jackets.
  • Bryn Chyzyk and the North Dakota Fighting Hawks won the NCAA Division I Hockey Championship.
  • Myles Fee stepped down as video coach for the Edmonton Oilers after seven years.
  • Roger Tagoona and the Port Huron Prowlers won the FHL Championship.
  • Jens Meilleur and the Kassel Huskies won the DEL2 Championship.
  • The St. Louis Blues signed rookie defenceman Joel Edmundson to a two-year contract extension.
  • Travis Hamonic recorded his first NHL playoff goal on April 27th in a win over Tampa Bay Lightning.



  • Justin Falk and the Lake Erie Monsters won the American Hockey League Championship.
  • Barry Trotz selected NHL Coach of the Year and received the Jack Adams Trophy.

Final Face OffEdit

Bill Robinson Gord Stratton Jim Walker
Roy Davidson Gord Pennell William Sutherland Wayne Hawrysh Brian Cadle
Don Woodlands Glen Sonmor Matthew Hutchinson Blaine Jarvis Ken Hayward
Jeff Dunsmore Gene Zakala Andy Bathgate Ron Mahoney Matt Suderman
Norm Johnson Len Sigurdson Dan Mandrick Bill Johnson Ross Jones
Rest in Peace

National Hockey LeagueEdit

Matt Calvert Sean Collins Joel Edmundson Justin Falk
Myles Fee Micheal Ferland Ryan Garbutt Travis Hamonic
Darren Helm Ron Hextall Jason Kasdorf Brett Lernout
Cody McLeod Jordin Tootoo Barry Trotz Travis Zajac


Jung Ahn Mikael Bedard Jason Berube Travis Brown Joe Carney
Anthony Collins Patrick D'Amico Taylor Dickin Brodie Dupont Jon Gaudet
Chay Genoway Triston Grant Justin Hamonic Travis Howe Nick Lazorko
Shane Luke Carson McMillan Jens Meilleur Brendan O’Donnell Colton Orr
Travis Sanheim Craig Scott Brendan Shinnimin Craig Simchuk Peter Stoykewych
Roger Tagoona Brock Trotter Dylan Wells Calin Wild Dave Williams

Robin Thomson

Major JuniorEdit

David Anning Tyler Brown David Brumm Josh Curtis Mackenzie Dwyer
Ty Edmonds Brad Flynn Ryan Gardiner Morgan Geekie Chase Harrison
Garrett Johnston Tristan Langan Remi Laurencelle Ryley Lindgren Linden McCorrister
Lasse Petersen Mario Petit Taylor Sanheim Travis Sanheim James Shearer
Devon Skoleski Lucas Skrumeda Jordan Stallard
Jordan Thomson Colton Veloso Tyson Verhelst

University & CollegeEdit


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