Monday 8 April 2013

Mils' Wakaluk up for National Award

It’s been a dream season for Melville Millionaires netminder Alex Wakaluk.

The Bellevue, Alberta product was named the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Most Valuable Player, and with numbers like his it’s impossible to argue with the selection.

The 19 year old posted a .930 save percentage and was 28-15-3 on the season.

The selection as SJHL M.V.P comes with a nomination for the CJHL Player of the Year Award.

Wakaluk is now one of ten Junior A nominees eligible for the award which is handed out annually at the RBC Cup (May 11-19 at Summerside, PEI.).
Saskatchewan’s last national winner was Devin Edgerton of the Humboldt Broncos who won the award in 1991.



  1. All the best to Alex. He does deserve this award. He was the best goaltender in the league in my opionion. It was hard for to say that as I am a Terriers Fan.

  2. I am a terrier fan and totally agree, this kid is the real deal. Best of luck to Alex!

  3. Good luck to Alex on this award. You make the Mills organization proud to say you were our goalie Best goaltender in the SJHL.