The Manitoba Junior Hockey League's Swan Valley Stampeders' held their annual general meeting last night (Wed), and it was announced the team earned a profit from the 2021/22 season.
"We had a profit of just over $31,000 from the past season, we were able to stick closely to our budget & hit all of our fundraising plus we had a pretty healthy crop which us bring in a bit more revenue than we expected," President and Governor Cramer Coulthart said.
Also from the meeting, the Stampeders' saw two board members resignin Kim Kosokowsky and Brian Gilroy, while adding a new member, alumni Evan Morden.
Coulthart noted that the hockey operations staff returning include Head Coach/GM Barry Wolff, Athletic Therapist Kate Wiens, Head Scout Mitchell Kirkup while new full-time Assistant Coach will be announced shortly.
Other Stamps AGM News & Notes
- Players start arriving in town August
27, to help with our annual Hockey School and take part in the
conditioning camp August
-2022 training camp opens September 2
-2022 exhibition season opens September
games on the 4-5-6-8.
-2022 Annual Golf tournament September
-Regular season opens September 16 at
home vs OCN
-Fundraising and planning already
underway for 2022 with our Northwest Roundup Food Booth to kick it off!
Audio with Stampeders' President and Governor Cramer Coulthart below: