Tuesday 7 February 2023

Yorkton's Berezowski etched name in Everett Silvertips record books on Friday


Yorkton's Jackson Berezowski has scored a number of goals in his 250 plus game Western Hockey League career, but the one he recorded on Friday night was just that much more special. 

The 20 year old Everett Silvertip captain netted his record-setting 113th career goal in a 6-5 OT loss to Seattle to become the teams’ all-time leading goal-scorer. 

Berezowski says the feeling to get the goal was both outstanding and relieving. 

"It's pretty cool special I mean, a lot of guys have reached out and I think that's probably the coolest part is just seeing all the overwhelming support from everybody and it kind of shows how tightly knit the organization it's a pretty cool feeling."

Berezowski began his stint with the Silvertips after being selected in 2nd round, 44th overall of the 2017 WHL Draft by the club, and he says he couldn't imagine how everything has come together. 

"I think I was on a phone call with my dad yesterday and we were kind of talking about how surreal it's been and how it came kind of full circle it's pretty cool looking back on a short five years, from when I was 15 going to first Camp & to see how time flies and how it's changed that much."

The Yorkton Minor Hockey alumni has 60 points in 43 games the for 'Tips who currently sit in 5th place in the WHL's Western Conference standings. 


Full Chat with Berezowski below:

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