Friday 23 June 2023

2023 MJHL AGM was held recently in Winnipeg

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in early June at the ALT Hotel in downtown Winnipeg.  The AGM included Governor Meetings, Coach Meetings, Marketing Meetings and culminated with the 2023 MJHL Draft.

Below are highlights from the AGM as well as approved initiatives that will be in place as the league prepares for another exciting season of MJHL Hockey.

HockeyTV / Social Media Committee:

A new ad-hoc committee has been formed to work with teams in all areas involving online streaming broadcasts and social media / website promotion to continue to raise the standards for all member teams across the MJHL. This committee will provide direction, create audit reports, research best practices and act as a resource for all member teams on a go forward basis.

MJHL Officiating Committee:

A new MJHL Officiating Committee will be formed in advance of the upcoming season with representation from current MJHL officials, supervisors, the league office, current MJHL coaches and the MJHL Director of Officiating.  The goal of this committee is to strengthen the partnership between MJHL Officials, the League Office and MJHL Coaches going forward to allow for improved levels of recruitment, development, accountability, communication, consistency and standardization for everyone involved.

MJHL Player Education Program:

The MJHL will move forward with current player education initiatives for the 2023-24 season. These initiatives include:

Inclusivity, Hockey Culture, Creating Safe Spaces Seminar

Anti-Racism and Cultural Sensitivity Seminar

Mental Health / Suicide Prevention Seminar

Social Media, Leadership, Culture, Consent, Drug & Alcohol Awareness Seminar

Player Movement Guidelines:

The MJHL has introduced new player movement guidelines to provide prospects / member teams with additional player movement options.  New guidelines available HERE.

Player Showcases:

The annual MJHL Showcase will return to the traditional format with all 13 member teams playing two regular season games each in one location over three days. The Showcase will take place October 23-25 at Seven Oaks Sportsplex in Winnipeg. Further announcements to follow.

The annual MJHL | SJHL Showcase will once again be hosted by the MJHL in Manitoba. The Showcase features 3 select teams from each league made up of the top 60 players from the MJHL and SJHL. The Showcase will take place January 30-31 at Seven Oaks Sportsplex in Winnipeg with each team playing two games during this high-performance event. Further announcements to follow.

Annually, both events are heavily attended by scouts from the NHL, NCAA, Major Junior and University Programs from across North America.

2023 MJHL Draft:

The 2023 MJHL Draft took place on Sunday June 4, 2023.  CLICK HERE TO VIEW DRAFT RESULTS

2023/24 Regular Season Schedule: 

The 2023-24 regular season schedule was released on Friday June 16, 2023, and is set to begin on Friday, September 22nd 2023. Opening weekend will feature 13 games taking place over the course of the weekend involving all 13 member teams. The MJHL will continue with two divisions for the 2023-24 season featuring the MGEU West (6 teams) and the MGEU East division (7 teams).


2023-24 Playoff Format:

The current MJHL Playoff Format to remain in place for the 2023-24 season. Playoff attendance this past season was the highest it has been in the previous fifteen MJHL seasons averaging 1100+ per game.

Current Format: The top four teams from each division will advance to a Divisional Round 1 (Quarter-Finals) best of seven series based on regular season points. Winners from round 1 from each division will advance to a non-divisional Round 2 (Semi-Finals) best of seven series based on regular season points. The two winners will then advance to Round 3 (League Championship) in a best of seven series for the opportunity to raise the Turnbull Trophy and represent the MJHL at the 2024 Centennial Cup (CJHL National Championship).

Please stay tuned for more exciting announcements as we progress through the summer.

Audio with MJHL Commissioner Kevin Saurette below:

Tuesday 20 June 2023

Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame will induct five new members in September

One team and four individuals will be inducted into the Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame and

Museum (YSHF&M) on Sep. 9.

The following individuals will join the Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame:

 Gerry Adam, athlete/builder, curling

 Steven Laycock, athlete, curling

 Madison Neufeld, athlete, synchronized swimming

 Kathy Ziglo, athlete, golf

The team being inducted is the 2013-14 Yorkton Terriers, which won the Royal Bank Cup

national championship in a thrilling overtime victory.

The inductions will take place at the Gallagher Centre on Saturday, Sep. 9 starting at 5 pm.

There will be a reception with appetizers and a no-host bar, followed by the inductions at 6.30

pm. Tickets will go on sale in July at

Following last year’s highly successful induction, the first in eight years, the YSHF&M board

decided to again host an early-evening event rather than a formal dinner, board chair Dick

DeRyk explained.

“The event will also provide an opportunity for the Terrier team to get together 10 years after

the start of their very successful championship season,” he added.

Potential inductees are nominated by members of the community, who provided detailed

information to the YSHF&M nominations committee, chaired this year by Ryan Kitchen. The

committee then applied a widely-used and accepted scoring system to evaluate the nominees

and determine their eligibility for the Hall of Fame.

Following are highlights of the accomplishments achieved by this year’s inductees, leading to

their nomination and induction.

Gerry Adam, athlete/builder, curling

 Served as President of the Yorkton Curling Club;

 Chair and co-chair of major provincial, national and international curling events held in


 District rep with Saskatchewan Curling Association;

 Assistant coach, trainer and volunteer with Yorkton United Football Club;

 Instructor and coach of numerous junior and women's Saskatchewan curling teams;

 Member of the Shymko 1999 Brier bronze medal team;

 Member of various teams in 2007, 2008, 2015 and 2016 Briers;

 Coach of 1991, 2006, 2021, 2022 and 2003 teams participating in national


 Coach of Swiss women's team which won a Grand Slam event and the 2017 Swiss

Olympic trials, leading to their participation in the 2018 Olympics.

Steven Laycock, athlete, curling

 Winner of the Cambrian Cup as top 16 and under curler in the Yorkton area at age 14;

 Winner of the 1998 Juvenile Provincial Curling Championship;

 Nine time winner of the Saskatchewan Tankard Men's Curling Championship between

2007 and 2020 with an additional four runner-up finishes;

 2003 Canadian Junior Curling Champion;

 2003 World Junior Curling Champion;

 2006 Canadian University Curling Champion;

 Ten appearances in Canadian Men's Curling Championship including twice as a bronze


 Four time participant in the Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship;

 Member of Team Canada at the 2007 World Universiade Games;

 Along with teammates, conducted more than 30 junior camps and learn-to-curl events

to give back to the sport and increase future participation levels.

Madison Neufeld, athlete, synchronized swimming

 In the 2012-2013 provincial championships, represented Yorkton Aquabatix and won

gold medal in the 13 to 15 age group in the stream figure event, gold medal in solo

event and gold medal in the duet event at the age of 13;

 Youngest member of the 2014-2015 Saskatchewan provincial team that competed at

2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, BC;

 At the 2014-2015 provincial championships represented Saskatoon Aqualenes and won

the gold medal in 13 to 15 age group national stream duet and gold medal in senior

national stream team;

 At the 2015 Espoir Nationals, participated in the 13 to 15 national stream duet and

placed ninth in Canada;

 Bronze medalist in senior team free at the 2015 Canadian Open Championships and

participated in the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George;

 Coached provincial stream trio and solo with the Yorkton Aquabatix club.

Kathy Ziglo, athlete, golf

 Numerous wins in local and regional tournaments as a junior golfer;

 Provincial High School Champion in 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, and was the only athlete in

golf to win all four years;

 Provincial Junior Champion in 1989, 1990 and 1991;

 Provincial Amateur Champion in 1995 and 2019; member of the provincial team at

national competitions in 1993 to 1995, 1999 and 2004;

 Provincial Mixed Champion in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2021;

 Golf Saskatchewan Order of Merit Champion in 2005, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2019,

2020 and 2022;

 Four time winner of the Regina Ladies Open and the Waskesiu Ladies Lobstick; six time

Saskatoon Ladies Open champion; eight time winner of the Ladies Northern Amateur;

 Member of the Saskatchewan silver medal team at the 2004 Canadian championship;

 Participated in the World Junior Golf Championships at Torrey Pines in 1989;

 Named as one of the top 50 collegiate golfers by Score Magazine in 1993.

2013-14 Yorkton Terrier hockey team

 Claimed the title of SJHL champions by beating the Notre Dame Hounds, Humboldt

Broncos Melville Millionaires in the SJHL playoffs with a combined record of 12 wins and

two losses;

 Won the Western Canada Cup against the champions of Manitoba, Alberta and British

Columbia by beating the host Dauphin Kings in the final game;

 At the Royal Bank Cup national championship in Vernon BC, the Terriers lost their first

two games but rallied to win their next three straight games to win a berth in the

championship game where they won 4-3 in overtime for the national title.


Chat with YSHOF Nomination Chair Ryan Kitchen below: 

June 20th Local Sports News & Notes

Langenburg's Zerr signs with Hamilton Tiger Cats (CFL) 

Canadian offensive lineman and Langenburg product Noah Zerr has signed on with the Hamilton Tiger Cats.

The 24-year-old played four games with the BC Lions across two seasons and spent training camp with the club earlier in the season.

The University of Saskatchewan product was originally drafted by the Lions with the 12th overall pick in the 2022 CFL Draft.


Wolverines sign Shoal Lake's Kominko for 2023/24 MJHL season 

The MJHL's Waywayseecappo Wolverines have announced that  forward Reegan Kominko has signed a letter of intent to play for the Wolverines for the 2023-24 season.

The 17-year-old from Shoal Lake, MB played with RHA Kelowna this past season where he  tallied 51 total points in 65 games across two leagues.

Friday 16 June 2023

2023/24 MJHL Regular Season Schedule has been released

The Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) is pleased to announce the 2023-24 regular season schedule, set to begin on Friday, September 22nd 

Opening weekend will feature 13 games taking place over the course of the weekend involving all 13 member teams.

The MJHL will continue with two divisions for the 2023-24 season featuring the MGEU West (6 teams) and the MGEU East division (7 teams).

Dauphin KingsNiverville Nighthawks
Neepawa TitansPortage Terriers
OCN BlizzardSelkirk Steelers
Swan Valley StampedersVirden Oil Capitals
Virden Oil CapitalsWinkler Flyers
Waywayseecappo WolverinesWinnipeg Blues
Winnipeg Freeze


Once the season gets underway September 22 2023, each team will play a 58-game schedule that concludes on March 17 2024.

The Swan Valley Stampeders open their season with a couple games: Fri. Sept 22nd visiting Dauphin before hosting the OCN Blizzard on Sat. Sept 23rd. 

Meanwhile the Waywayseecappo Wolverines hold their home opener on Fri. Sept 22nd vs. Neepawa before visiting the Niverville Nighthawks on Sat. Sept 23rd. 

The 2024 McMunn & Yates Turnbull Cup Playoffs will begin March 22nd, starting the road to the 2024 Centennial Cup (NJAC) to be held in Oakville, ON in May 2024.

Every MJHL exhibition, regular season, showcase and playoff game will be streamed online in HD with play-by-play through the MJHL partnership with HockeyTV as well as team local radio affiliates. .  Each game will be available to be streamed live or on-demand by family, friends, fans and scouts alike.

Important Dates:

July 20-22: MJHL Prospect Camp (Seven Oaks Sportsplex, Wpg)

September 22-24: MJHL Opening Weekend

October 23-25: MJHL Showcase (Seven Oaks Sportsplex, Wpg)

December 2023: World Junior A Challenge WJAC (TBD)

January 2024: CJHL Prospects Game (TBD)

January 29-31: MJHL | SJHL Showcase (Seven Oaks Sportsplex, Wpg)

March 17: Last day of the Regular Season

March 22: Round 1 MJHL Playoffs

April 5: Round 2 MJHL Playoffs

April 19: Round 3 MJHL Playoffs

May 9-19: Centennial Cup NJAC (Oakville, ON)

Please stay tuned for further announcements to come.


Whitewood's McEwen reflects after helping Vegas Golden Knights win 2023 Stanley Cup


Chat with Whitewood product Brad McEwen below: 

Stampeders held Annual General Meeting on Wednesday

The Swan Valley Stampeders held their annual general meeting on Wednesday night in Swan River. 

Overall, team president Cramer Coulthart says that the AGM saw a good turnout.
He says the 2023-23 campaign was a strong one overall, with a deep playoff run, and great community involvement.

He also says that they are working to finalize their hockey operations staff, but most of last year's staff will return

"Head coach Barry Wolff will be back for another year, and we are working to finalize something with Asst. Coach Dakota Mason, who was a welcome addition to the club then we will fill the vacant Athletic Therapist spot shortly."

Coulthart notes that the team did see a small loss of $18,000.
"You know what despite the slight loss, we still like we are at from a business operation side and we still feel in pretty good shape, just with inflation everything seems to be going up in price."

The Board of Directors are continually seeking volunteers and season-ticket buyers. If you or someone you know wants to jump on board, please contact any board member today.

This year the board had several departures to announce. Carson Crowe, Trevor Warburton, Pat Harness and Rhonda Mills have all stepped down.  Cramer Coulthart and Danielle Gordon-Broome were both re-nominated and both accepted the role.

Other board members include Jeff Riddell, Ryan Bettesworth, Evan Morden and Rod Pidskalny.

If you'd like to join the Stampeders board contact Cramer at 1-204-281-4255.

Full Chat with Cramer below:

Tuesday 13 June 2023

Swan River's McKay signs 1 year deal with Laval Rocket (AHL)

The AHL's Laval Rocket announced that they've agreed to terms on a one-year contract with forward and Swan River product Riley McKay.

The 24-year-old had two goals and five assists in 23 games last season with the Rocket.

McKay was acquired from the Rockford IceHogs at the start of the 2021-2022 season.

2023 SJHL AGM was held over the weekend

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey league recently held its AGM June 9th 10th and 11th at Jackfish Lodge near North Battleford. The event was attended by league governors, sponsors, coaches and SJHL staff.

In addition to reviewing strategic plans, discussing changes to league rules and regulations with coaches and governors, and league scheduling, the AGM featured updates from the SJHL Department of Player Safety, an update from the Executive Director of Hockey Saskatchewan, Kelly McClintock, and an update from the CEO of Canterra Seeds, David Hansen, and the Director of Marketing for Canterra Seeds, Renee McMillan.

“It is an exciting time for the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. We are coming off a highly successful season with the Battlefords North Stars being awarded the first ever Canterra Seeds Cup. Last season over 260, 000 fans attended an SJHL game. Our board of governors developed strategic plans in Hockey Operations, Business Operations and in Marketing and Social Media. I am very pleased to say that many of last years’ goals were accomplished and our league made significant gains on the provincial and national level but recognize that there is still much work to be done to continue to make our league premier. “ Said Chairman Kyle Adamson.

“This past year we wanted to further engage our fans in our communities and throughout our province with our SJHL social media and league programming. I believe we were highly successful with each seeing significant gains with attendance, social media followership and SaskTel and HockeyTV viewership. The average age in the SJHL was 18.8; and over 30% of all players were from Saskatchewan. With strong a commitment to our league sponsors and to our partners at Hockey Saskatchewan we are committed to putting the “Saskatchewan” back into the SJHL. “offered Commissioner McIntyre

Two key resolutions were passed at this year’s AGM. To continue to build stronger franchises and more player centered league, a resolution was passed that will help create and implement an Elements of Effective Franchise Rubric which will assist teams in maintaining a culture of excellence. An additional resolution was passed that will require any Saskatchewan born player that a team is attempting to trade out of province must be placed on an internal waiver before the player can be moved outside of the league.

Hockey Canada has approved a new facemask policy for all Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) teams. Beginning in the 2023-24 season and in every season afterwards, CJHL players born after December 31st, 2004 must wear full facial protection during participation in all on-ice activities. The birth year and player ages who will be mandated to wear full face protection is outlined as follows: (CJHL players, leagues and teams may opt in earlier)

2023-2024 season – 16, 17 and 18-year-old players (2005/2006/2007 birth years)

2024-2025 season – 16, 17, 18 and 19-year-old players (2005/2006/2007/2008 birth years)

2025-2026 season – all players must wear full facial protection

SJHL training camps will open August 25th and the regular season schedule, which will feature 56 games, will kick off September 22nd . Building on the success of last years’ SJHL Showcase the event will be held November 13th to 16th at the Legend’s Center in Warman.

It will be the second of season of a schedule format pilot will be executed in the 2023-24 season where All 12 member teams will play each other four times in the regular season, play 6 games against each of their division rivals and additional two games against select opponents at the Annual SJHL Showcase in Warman.

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and its twelve teams are known for its exceptional player development and its commitment to its players, its people, and the communities it serves.

(SJHL Release) 

Full chat with SJHL Commissioner Kyle McIntyre below:

Friday 9 June 2023

Friday Local Sports News & Notes


After spending 9 seasons as a member of the New Jersey Devils, Melville's Damon Severson has a new home in the NHL.

Severson was dealt by the Devils today (Fri) in exchange for a 2023 3rd round pick.

The deal was consummated after Severson signed an eight-year, $50 million contract through the 2030-31 season with New Jersey.

Severson has played in 647 career games with Devils, compiling 58 goals, 205 assists for 263 points.

He was drafted in the 2nd round by New Jersey in the 2012 NHL draft.



The Swan Valley Stampeders have acquired  2004-born forward Nathan Dann from the Sioux Lookout Bombers of the SIJHL for a player development fee.

Dann, a native of Trail, BC, dressed in 31 games with the Bombers last season, collecting 15 goals, adding 13 assists.

Thursday 8 June 2023

Yorkton Terriers trade G Smith (04) to the Melfort Mustangs

The Yorkton Terriers have traded 2004-born goaltender Tysen Smith to the Melfort Mustangs in exchange for a player development fee. 

Smith suited up in 12 games last season with the Terriers compiling a 1-8 record with a 4.79GAA and a 0.870 save percentage. 

The Prince George, BC product also spent time during the 2022/23 season with the AJHL's Spruce Grove Saints. 

Tuesday 6 June 2023

Melville Millionaires announce Johnson as their new Head Coach & General Manager

The Melville Millionaires have announced Doug Johnson as their new Head Coach and General Manager.

The 47 year old Johnson brings well of a decade of Junior Hockey coaching experience to the Mils organization and most recently spent this past season as the Head Coach & Asst. GM with MJHL's OCN Blizzard.

Previous to that, he coached the Nipawin Hawks (SJHL) for 11 seasons and was the winningest coach in Hawks history with a career mark of 342-207-25-31 mark and also won 3 Coach of the Year awards and a league title in 2018.

The team was in need of a new bench boss after the team & Mike Rooney mutually parted ways in mid-April.

Johnson's first order of business for the Mils will be to attend the 2023 SJHL Annual General Meeting and Scheduling meeting this weekend 


Hear my full chat with Doug Johnson below:

Monday 5 June 2023

Yorkton Terriers' acquire 2004-born F Algajer


The Yorkton Terriers announced they've 2004-born forward Cooper Algajer for the 2023/24 season. 

The Edmonton, Alberta product had 1 assist in 14 games with the Lloydminster Bobcats (AJHL) this past season. 

In his final year of U18 AAA hockey in 2021/22, Algajer had 24 goals, 14 assists for 38 points in 38 games with the SSAC Athletics. 

What did the Waywayseecappo Wolverines & Swan Valley Stampeders do at the 2023 MJHL Draft?


1st round, 11th overall: 
F Carson Legault - St. Francois-Xavier, MB
(27 points in 28 games with RHA Winnipeg U16 Prep) 

2nd round, 25th overall:
D Josh McGregor - Brandon, MB
(20 points in 28 games with RHA Winnipeg U16 Prep) 

3rd round, 39th overall:
D Talon Hogg - Argyle, MB
(43GP 3G 9A = 12 points with Interlake Lightning U18 AAA)

4th round, 53rd overall:
D Logan Bruneau - Winnipeg, MB 
(16 points in 36 games with Winnipeg Thrashers U17) 

5th round, 67th overall: 
F Cade Legaarden - Grandivew, MB
(7 points in 43 games with Parkland Rangers U18 AAA) 

6th round, 81st overall: 
G Matthew Michta - Brandon, MB
(14-8-0   2.67GAA  0.903 SV%  1SO with Brandon U17/U18 Wheat Kimgs) 


F Tavyn Boychuk- Swan River, MB
(29 points in 44 games with the Parkland U18 AAA Rangers)

F Tyrell Leaske - Swan River, MB 
(14 points in 32 games with the Parkland U18 AAA Rangers) 

Stamps Head Scout Mitchell Kirkup recaps the 2023 draft below:

1st round, 6th overall: 
D Hubert Clarke - Winnipeg, MB 
(18 points in 27 games with Winnipeg Thrashers U17) 

1st round, 8th overall: 
F Mikey Thomas - Winnipeg, MB
(41 points in 37 games with Winnipeg Bruins U17) 

3rd round, 34th overall: 
D Cohen Pilkington - Altona, MB 
(20 points in 40 games with Pembina Valley Hawks U18 AAA) 

4th round, 48th overall: 
F Connor Weber-McKay- Winnipeg, MB
(17 points in 37 games with the Parkland Rangers U18 AAA) 

5th round, 62nd overall: 
F Hayden Paupanekis - Winnipeg, MB 
(39 points in 29 games with RHA Winnipeg U18 Prep) 

6th round, 72nd overall:
F Bradley Brandon - Waywayseecappo, MB 
(5 points in 24 games with Yellowhead Chiefs U18 AAA) 

7th round, 90th overall: 
D Tytan Johnson - Riverton, MB 
(14 points in 36 games with Interlake Lightning U17) 

8th round, 103rd overall: 
F Ariel Shuhtin-Poushkariov - Winnipeg, MB 
(30 points in 25 games with Winnipeg Thrashers U17) 

2023 Draft Recap with Wolverines Head Coach and GM Taylor Harnett 

Friday 2 June 2023

Local medalists from 2023 SHSAA Provincial Track & Field Championships in Saskatoon



Ayva Delainey- Melville Comp- (Wheelchair Girls 400m)

Ayva Delainey - Melville Comp (Wheelchair Girls 100m) 

Summer Johnson - Norquay (Intermediate Girls High Jump)

Camryn Nelson - Preeceville (Junior Girls Shot Put) 

Megan Reid - Kipling (Senior Girls Discus) 

Tina Schaefer - Wadena (Senior Girls Triple Jump)

Abbey Norek - Esterhazy (Junior Girls Discus) 


Danica Sigarowski - Yorkton Sacred Heart (Junior Girls High Jump)

Matthew Makowsky - Canora (Junior Girls High Jump)

Amer Thomas - Yorkton Regional (Intermediate Boys 200m)


Eddie Baron - Yorkton Regional (Intermediate Boys 1500m)

Ralph Cambay - Melville Comp (Junior Boys Triple Jump)

Hailey Gibson - Moosomin (Senior Girls High Jump)

Dane Peterson - Carlyle (Intermediate Boys Shot Put)

Ty Haanstra- Lipton (Intermediate Boys 100m Hurdles)

Luke Holman - Moosomin (Intermediate Boys 400m)

Halima Kasim - Yorkton Regional (Senior Girls 400m)

Hadiza Kasim - Yorkton Regional (Junior Girls 100m)

Ridwan Olatunji - Yorkton Regional (Junior Boys 100m)

Dakota Gawel - Melville Comp (Senior Boys 100m) 

Hadiza Kasim - Yorkton Regional (Junior Girls 200m) 

East Central - (Senior Boys 4x100m Relay) 

East Central - (Intermediate Boys 4x100m Relay) 

Waywayseecappo Wolverines acquire F Andries from Virden (MJHL)

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines have acquired 2005- born forward Dawson Andries and a 2023 1st Round Pick from the Virden Oil Capitals in exchange for the CJHL playing rights of 2004-born F Luke Robson.

Andries played with the Southwest Cougars of the Manitoba U18 Hockey League this past season, putting up 45 points in 39 games.

Robson played with the Wolverines during the 2021/22 season and spent last season in the WHL with the Edmonton Oil Kings.

The Wolverines will now select 6th and 8th overall in the first round of the 2023 MJHL Prospects that will be held on Sunday starting at 9AM MB time.  

Thursday 1 June 2023

Who did the Melville Millionaires & Yorkton Terriers select in the 2023 SJHL Draft?


2007-born Draft

1st round, 1st overall: 
F Preston Baerwald - Saskatoon, SK 
(18 points in 45 games with Saskatoon Blazers U18 AAA)

3rd round, 25th overall:
D Jordan Abrametz - Prince Albert, SK
(14 points in 31 games with the Prince Albert Vulcans U18 AA)

4th round, 43rd overall:
G Taylor Tabashniuk - Regina, SK
(25GP 16-2-0  1.95GAA 0.905  4SO with Regina Pat Canadians U18 AAA)

5th round, 51st overall:
D Kaden Shumay - Martensville, SK
(5 points in 38 games with Yorkton Maulers U18 AAA)

6th round, 61st overall:
F Henry Thunderblanket- Gallivan, SK
(31 points in 32 games with the Prairie Hockey Academy U16 Prep)

2008-born Draft

1st round, 73rd overall:
D Kohen Volk- Saskatoon, SK
(26 points in 30 games with Saskatoon U15 AA Bandits)

Draft Recap with Mils Scout Mark Campbell below: 

                                                                  2007-born Draft

                                                              1st round, 3rd overall: 
                                                      F Kierin Osberg - Moose Jaw, SK 
(31 points in 33 games with Prairie Hockey Academy U17 Prep)

2rd round, 15th overall:
D Max Threinen - Langeburg, SK
(9 points in 44 games with Moose Jaw U18 AAA Warriors)

3rd round, 27th  overall:
F Aidan Vallance - Grand Coulee, SK
(28 points in 33 games with Prairie Hockey Academy U17 Prep)

4th round, 39th overall:
F Ryder Woods - Eastend, SK
(6 points in 4 games with the Swift Current Broncos U18 AA)

5th round, 57th overall:
G Luke McKechnie - Lumsden, SK
(18GP 10-5-1  2.92GAA 0.919 SV%  1SO with Prairie Hockey Acadmey U17 Prep)

6th round, 63rd overall:
F Grady Keith - Yorkton, SK
(29 points in 36 games with Yorkton U18 AA Terriers)

2008-born Draft

1st round, 75th overall:
F Boston Schmidt - Pilot Butte, SK
(28 points in 26 games with Prairie Storm U15 AA)

2nd round, 87th overall: 
F Cash Lanigan - Regina, SK 
(47 points in 27 games with Regina Aces U15 AA)

Terriers Head Coach/GM Mat Hehr recaps the draft below: 


F Hudson Brehaut - Whitewood, SK
(2nd round, 22nd overall to the Flin Flon Bombers)

F Luke Silvernagle - Stockholm, SK
(4th round, 47th overall to the Notre Dame Hounds)