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NORTHERN ALBERTA - STFX Hockey Academy
2015/16
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MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
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MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL
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HOCKEY ACADEMY DIRECTOR
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COACHES
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X-TREME PREP TEAM (FEMALE)
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X-TREME ELITE 15’S (MALE)
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ST. FRANCIS
XAVIER HIGH
SCHOOL
At St. Francis Xavier High School we are
committed to fostering a positive learning
environment, addressing a variety of individual
needs and differences. Our Catholic identity is
achieved through our motto Caritas Christi - the
Love of Christ, by modeling and reinforcing
mutual respect and trust for one another. We
strive to foster an environment that focuses on
nurturing student learning and personal growth of
mind, body and spirit.
Athletic interests, academic goals and changing
perspectives, both locally and globally, have
become important factors towards choosing the
right high school to best support one’s future
aspirations. St. Francis Xavier High School is a
designated Focus School allowing individuals
to pursue excellence in a number of capacities
through special programming, flexible time
tabling, and built in opportunities during our
“Flex Block” for students to seek one on one
support from a teacher mentor.
Our Focus Programs, which define our school
apart from other high schools, offers five Sports
Academies, International Language instruction in
two languages, and Advanced Placement in various
subject areas. Each program is designed to offer
students a head start in successfully navigating
towards post-secondary academic courses as well
as the pursuit of excellence in sport.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP)
The Advanced Placement (AP) program is designed
to provide motivated high school students with postsecondary level academic courses. This rigorous
program offers students a head start in successfully
navigating challenges they will encounter at postsecondary institutions. Based on their performance
on AP examinations, students can earn credit,
advanced placement, or both, for university or
college. Student’s achievements in AP courses
are celebrated with College Board awards and
scholarships.
Currently, AP courses are being taught in subject
areas that include Science, English Literature and
Composition and Mathematics. Students commonly
take advantage of the opportunity to challenge
exams in French and Spanish as well. The program
has expanded to include Physics 20 AP, Physics 30
AP and Math 30 AP.
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MESSAGE FROM
EDMONTON CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
SUPERINTENDENT
Edmonton Catholic Schools is proud to endorse
the St. Francis Xavier Elite Female Midget AAA
Prep Hockey Team, a pioneering program for
female sports in Edmonton. Team members are
recruited from all over Northern Alberta for
this unique experience that blends athletics,
academics, and faith. Based at our St. Francis
Xavier Catholic High School, home of several
of Edmonton Catholic Schools’ high school
sports academies, this team will travel all over
North America for high-level competition. On
and off the ice, these young women will receive
the finest coaching and learning opportunities
in a Christ-centred environment.
Joan Carr
Superintendent, Edmonton Catholic Schools
MESSAGE FROM
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER
PRINCIPAL
St. Francis Xavier is very happy to both
welcome the Elite Female Prep team back for
their third year and also the new Elite 15’s
Male team to the school for its inaugural
season. It has been a wonderful learning
experience over the past two years for the
female team program here at St. Francis Xavier
and we are very excited to see this program
continue to grow with the addition of a male
team program. I would like to welcome back
all the returning players and coaches, and
also give a warm welcome to the new players
this year many of whom are coming from long
distances to come and play for the Northern
Alberta X-treme. I know there are going to be
many opportunities for the teams to showcase
their skills and talents to post-secondary scouts
from around Canada and the US and wish
them all the best in the year to come.
Dan Donnelly
Principal, St. Francis Xavier High School
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On behalf of the Northern Alberta X-treme, I would
like to once again take this opportunity to welcome
everyone to the 2015-2016 Female and Male Team
Programs.
It is very important to once again acknowledge and
thank all the businesses and individuals that have
graciously sponsored this media guide in support of
our teams here at STFX. The success of this program
depends upon this support as it helps to ensure that
many of our young players have the opportunity to
pursue their passion for the game. I would also like
to personally thank our parents and players for all of
their hard work and dedication in making this media
guide an important tool used for the promotion of
our players to Universities and College programs
across North America.
JASON STEWART
Hockey Director
It is with great enthusiasm that I look forward to yet
another year filled with tremendous competition as
we get set to embark on our third year as an Elite
Female Prep Hockey Program in Western Canada.
I am also very excited to announce the addition of
our Male Hockey Program this year with the Elite
15’s Team. These young student-athletes will be
competing against some of the most prestigious
hockey organizations across North America and it
is our goal to help each and every athlete in their
pursuit of excellence and to assist them in their
advancement to the next level. It is also with great
enthusiasm that I announce our acceptance into the
Canadian Sports School Hockey League (CSSHL)
for both our Female and Male Teams and we look
forward to this tremendous opportunity to further
establish the X-treme program name as a premier
hockey program in Western Canada.
On behalf of the entire hockey staff, I wish to thank
all of you for continuing to support the Northern
Alberta X-treme Team Program here at St. Francis
Xavier High School.
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I am very excited and enthusiastic to once again
be a part of the Northern Alberta X-treme Female
Prep Team as we head into our third season with the
program. As Head Coach I am looking forward to
continuing to build a premier (High School Hockey
Program) that people will strive to be a part of. It is
my goal to build upon the strong foundations that
were established over the past two years and to
continue to instill the qualities of work ethic, passion,
commitment and determination. My personal goal
and philosophy is to help guide young women to
become not only better hockey players but also better
people. The environment at STFX provides a perfect
setting to foster this goal and with the support of the
exceptional teaching staff, administration and families
of the players we are able to expose our young
student-athletes to various experiences that will help
shape them into strong, confident young women.
LEAH COPELAND
Head Coach - Female Prep
I am very excited and honored to be a part of the
Northern Alberta X-treme Female Prep Team for the
upcoming hockey season. My goal as an Assistant
Coach is to promote and improve upon the mental
and physical well-being of these young student athletes
both on ice and in a classroom environment. As a
former student athlete I’m anxious to apply the lessons
and skills that I have learned in my time as a player
and I look forward to having the opportunity to inspire
these ladies during their time in the program.
SHERRI BOWLES
Assistant Coach Female Prep
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Rob spent ten years in the NHL as a player with a
career best season in Pittsburgh where he recorded
49 goals and 115 points overall. He also won a Gold
Medal in the 1988 World Junior Championships and
still holds the WHL Scoring Record with 212 points
in a single season with the Kamloops Blazers. Rob
currently works as a radio analyst for the Edmonton
Oilers and lives in St. Albert with his wife and twins,
Ben and Annie.
Rob has been an integral part of the St. Francis Xavier
Hockey Academy over the past 8 years and brings
with him a wealth of experience. His knowledge and
skill set as a former professional player prove to be an
invaluable asset to our program and we feel blessed
to once again have Rob as the technical skills coach
for the Northern Alberta X-treme Teams.
ROB BROWN
Technical Skills Coach
DAVE RATHJEN
Dave grew up playing AAA hockey in Penticton,
B.C. before going on to a successful junior career
in the WHL and BCHL. After junior, he attended
the University of Alberta and played for the Golden
Bears Hockey Program winning the national university
championships in 2005 (won as a coach in 2014
and 2015) and completing his Bachelor of Physical
Education focusing on sports management. Dave has been instructing goalies for the past
17 years including the St. Francis Xavier Hockey
Academy for the past 10 years. Dave has been a
team goalie consultant or private goalie coach for
goalies playing Minor hockey, Jr A, WHL, ACAC,
and CIS for a good portion of his coaching career.
Dave has also worked with Team Alberta in different
events such as the Western Canada Cup and Canada
Winter Games (U-16 boys).
Dave currently lives in Edmonton Alberta with his wife
Amanda and 2 sons Isaac and Walker.
Goaltending Coach
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I am honoured to be Head Coach for the inaugural
season of the Northern Alberta X-treme Elite 15’s
male program. The opportunity to work with such
a passionate young group of student-athletes
combined with our focus on Fundamentals, Team
play and Player Development will allow us to “Set the
Standard” for Male High School Hockey Programs in
Northern Alberta. The young players in the Northern
Alberta X-treme program will benefit tremendously by
learning from a knowledgeable, dedicated coaching
staff and with the support of their families and the
academic team at St. Francis Xavier High School
will maximize their potential as student-athletes and
become solid citizens.
“Lace up the Skates , Sharpen your pencils, this will
be a season to remember”.
TYREL SPITZER
Head Coach - Elite 15’s
I am extremely excited to have this opportunity to
work with such a talented group of young hockey
players as well as the dedicated coaching staff for
the Northern Alberta X-treme Elite 15’s. I believe
that this program offers the perfect combination of
academics and skill development that will take each
of these young players to the next level in their hockey
careers. As a former student-athlete it is my goal to
pass along my knowledge and experience both on
and off the ice and I’m truly honoured to be a part of
this program for the 2015-2016 hockey season.
NICHOLAS DERKO
Assistant Coach - Elite 15’s
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I am very excited to be an assistant coach with the
Northern Alberta X-treme Elite 15’s this season! As
a previous University student-athlete, I will help the
players to develop on the ice as well as achieve
success in the classroom. This program is well on its
way to becoming a top program in Canada, and I
am looking forward to being a part of the journey! STEVE MARCH
Assistant Coach - Elite 15’s
Jason spent over ten years in the NHL as a player
recording over 600 games played; ultimately finishing
his NHL career in his hometown with the Edmonton
Oilers. Jason currently works for City TV as the Host of
Dinner Television and lives in Edmonton with his wife
and two children.
Jason has proven to be a strong addition to the
Northern Alberta X-treme program and has brought
with him a wealth of knowledge to pass along to the
players within the program. His knowledge and skill
set as a former professional player are proving to
be an invaluable asset to the development of players
within the program and we feel very blessed to have
had the ability to add him to our staff.
JASON STRUDWICK
Technical Skills Coach
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TARYN SPITZER
PAULA SMITH
Athletic Therapist
Academic Advisor
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The Northern Alberta X-treme Female Prep
and Elite 15 Teams are very excited to have
been accepted to play with the Canadian Sport
School Hockey League (CSSHL) for the 20152016 season.
The Canadian Sport School Hockey League
(CSSHL) is a minor hockey league based in
Western Canada and the United States.
The CSSHL was founded in 2009 with five
“Sport Schools” based in Alberta and British
Columbia and was specifically designed to
enable like-minded players an increased level
of competition and exposure.
Today, the CSSHL currently has grown to
33 teams from 12 different “Sport Schools”
spread across five divisions: Female Prep,
Male Prep, Varsity, Elite 15s, Bantam Prep and
Bantam Varsity. Over 200 CSSHL alumni have
gone on to play Junior ‘A’ or Major Junior
hockey.
For more information please refer to
www.csshl.ca
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NORTHERN ALBERTA X-TREME PREP TEAM
2014-2015 GRADUATING SENIORS
The Northern Alberta X-treme would like to thank the following individuals for all of
their efforts and commitment to the program and wish them all the best as they get set to
embark on a new chapter in both their hockey and personal lives.
(L to R) Elizabeth Salyn, Mallory Matheson (Assistant
Coach), Kaye Burrows (Assistant Coach),
Leah Copeland (Head Coach)
(L to R) Mallory Matheson (Assistant Coach),
Sydney Harms, Kaye Burrows (Assistant Coach),
Leah Copeland (Head Coach)
(L to R) Mallory Matheson (Assistant Coach),
Nicole Wlasichuk, Kaye Burrows (Assistant Coach),
Leah Copeland (Head Coach)
(L to R) Mallory Matheson (Assistant Coach),
Micayla Salyn, Kaye Burrows (Assistant Coach),
Leah Copeland (Head Coach)
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NORTHERN ALBERTA X-TREME PREP TEAM
2014-2015 GRADUATING SENIORS
(L to R) Mallory Matheson (Assistant Coach),
Shyla Jans, Kaye Burrows (Assistant Coach),
Leah Copeland (Head Coach)
(L to R) Mallory Matheson (Assistant Coach),
Sara Koshy, Kaye Burrows (Assistant Coach),
Leah Copeland (Head Coach)
(L to R) Mallory Matheson (Assistant Coach),
Jolene DeBruyn, Kaye Burrows (Assistant Coach),
Leah Copeland (Head Coach)
(L to R) Back Row: Jolene DeBruyn, Sara Koshy,
Nicole Wlasichuk, Elizabeth Salyn
(L to R) Front Row: Sydney Harms, Shyla Jans,
Micayla Salyn
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SHOWCASE TOURNAMENTS
11TH ANNUAL STONEY CREEK JUNIOR SABERS UNIVERSITY SHOWCASE TOURNAMENT
STONEY CREEK ON, SEPTEMBER 17 - 20, 2015
Stoney Creek is a major 64 team showcase tournament that has teams coming from all over North AmericaIt takes place
at two separate venues on seven different sheets of ice. Do to the volume of teams in attendance this showcase attracts
well over 100 Scouts and University coaches from across Canada and the United States. The weekend is an excellent
opportunity for players to be exposed to some of the top teams and talent that North American Female hockey has to offer.
USA Canada Cup Series
Detroit MI, October 22 - 25, 2015
The USA Canada Cups main focus is providing the elite female ice hockey player with a platform of exposure that will
showcase their skills to College Coaches. Nearing our 8th year, we saw over 1,000 female hockey players get recruited to
the NCAA level. Girls hockey in Canada and the United States have led the world in woman’s ice hockey from grass roots
level to premier international tournaments.
Mandi Schwartz Memorial Tournament
Wilcox Sask, December 9 - 13, 2015
Every team is GUARANTEED 5 GAMES (Full 20 minute stop time periods with floods). Teams are selected on their ability to
play at the top level; therefore, the tournament is very competitive. Every year we get over 30+ COLLEGE COACHES from
schools all over North America (CIS, NCAA, ACAC).
Washington Challenge Cup
Washington DC, February 11 - 16, 2016
The JWHL’s premier event takes place in mid-February with the hosting of the JWHL Challenge Cup. The Challenge Cup brings
together all of the JWHL teams as well as invited teams from across the US and Canada. The Challenge Cup has been hosted
by The Washington Pride in the Washington, DC area, and is supported by the NHL’s Washington Capitals.
Female World Sport School Challenge
Winnipeg MN, March 9 - 13, 2016
The 4rd annual Female World Sport School Challenge will be hosted by St. Mary’s Academy. This event will be held at the
MTS Iceplex in Winnipeg Manitoba and will become our final showcase of the year. It is an event that fosters a great deal
of energy and the host committee does a fantastic job creating a national championship feel with this event.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014 – MVP Award Alberta Native Provincials
•2014 – Aboriginal Team Alberta Selection Camp
•2013 – Aboriginal Team Alberta Selection Camp
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 10
•Honours Grade 7-9
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
KOLBY ALOOK
Kolby hopes to attend post-secondary school and play
hockey while working towards a a post-secondary
degree
GRADE: 11
HEIGHT: 5’ 4”
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Wabasca, AB
LAST TEAM: Edmonton Girls Hockey
Association
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 - Team Alberta U16 Summer Camp
•2015 - ATB Alberta Challenge - Alberta North
Predators
•2015 – Gold Medalist - Alberta Native Female
Hockey Provincials
•2014-2015 – All-star (AMBFHL)
•2013-2014 - Provincial Finalist (AMBFHL) St. Albert
Bantam AAA Female Raiders
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours with Distinction (Grades 7-9)
GRACE BORLE
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’10”
SHOOTS: Left
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: ST. ALBERT, AB
LAST TEAM: St. Albert Bantam AAA
Female Raiders
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Grace aspires to attend a post-secondary institution
and pursue a career in the field of science.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 AB Challenge Cup
•2014-2015 – St. Albert Female Bantam AAA
Raiders
•2013-2014 – St. Albert Female Bantam AAA
Raiders
•8 – Seasons with the CNN Spurs Boys’ teams
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Grade 7 & 8 Core Average above 90%
•Grade 7-9 Highest Overall Average
ALEXIS BRUCE
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’6”
SHOOTS: Left
POSITION: GOALIE
HOMETOWN: Sturgeon County, AB
LAST TEAM: St. Albert Female Bantam
AAA Raiders
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Alexis would love to get a scholarship to play college
hockey and pursue a career as a sports therapist or
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 – League Silver Medalists
•2014 & 2015 – STFX Hockey Academy Golden
Puck Awards
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 11
•Honours Grade 10
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
CHELSEA CHIOVELLI
GRADE: 12
HEIGHT: 5’ 7”
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: GOALIE
HOMETOWN: EDMONTON, AB
LAST TEAM: Edmonton Girls Hockey
Association – Midget ‘A’
Chelsea plans to attend post-secondary school while
working towards a degree in engineering or sciences
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 Team Alberta (Top 46) Summer Camp
•2014 & 2015 Team Alberta (Top 80) Spring Camp
•2013 Team Alberta Challenge Cup - Champions
•2012-2013 Red Deer Female Bantam AAA Captain
•MVP Award – Lacombe
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Shealee would like to attend a post-secondary
institution to play hockey and further her education.
SHEALEE DOLAN
GRADE: 12
HEIGHT: 5’10”
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Rimbey, AB
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2013-2014 Bantam AAA – Provincial Silver
Medalists
•2012-2013 Bantam A – Provincial Silver Medalists
•2012-2013 Edmonton Minor Hockey Silver
Medalists
•2011-2012 World Selects U14 Invitational
(Sweden)
•Lacrosse City and Provincial Champions in Bantam.
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 9
SARAH FLINT
GRADE: 11
HEIGHT: 5’5”
SHOOTS: Left
POSITION: Forward
HOMETOWN: Sherwood Park, AB LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Sarah would like to attend a post-secondary
institution and pursue a degree in commerce or
potentially an MBA.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014-2015 – Fraser Valley Midget AAA – Silver
Medalists
•2013 – 2014 - Sherwood Park Bantam AAA Royals
– 1st place in North Division & Silver Medalists at
Provincials.
•2010 – 2011 - 1st year of hockey after years of
Competitive Figure Skating
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
KATIE GREEN
GRADE: 12
HEIGHT: 5’ 8.5”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: Sherwood Park, AB
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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•Katie has demonstrated a very strong and consistent
academic average throughout Junior and Senior
High and has strong foundation for acceptance into
a post-secondary institution.
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Katie would like to pursue Police Studies at a postsecondary institution and ultimately work towards
becoming a Police Officer in the future.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
SYDNEY RAE KELNDORFER
GRADE: 12
HEIGHT: 5’1”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Killam, AB
LAST TEAM: Battle River Outlaws
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•2014 - 2015 – Battle River Outlaws Assistant
Captain
•2013 – 2014 – Sherwood Park Midget AAA Fury
Assistant Captain
•2012 – 2013 – Sedgewick/Killam Female ‘Most
Aggressive Player of the Year Award’
•2012 – East Central Hockey School ‘Top Performer’
Award
•2012 – Team Parkland Alberta Winter Games
(Zone 4)
•2011 – 2012 Battle River Outlaws Bantam Assistant
Captain – Baldy Morrison Memorial Award
•2014 & 2015 – Fast Pitch Silver Medalists
•2011 & 2013 Fast Pitch Provincial Champions
•2014 Badminton Rookie of the Year
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•2013 – 2015 CHSPS GPA 3.52 Grade 10 & 11
•2012 – 2013 Top Academic Student
•2012 – 2013 Top Overall Jr. High Student
•Honours Grade 7-9
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Sydney plans to attend a post-secondary institution to
pursue a degree in Law while playing hockey.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 Team Alberta National Team (U18)
•2014 & 2015 - Team Alberta (Top 46) Summer
Camp
•2013, 2014 & 2015 - Team Alberta (Top 80)
Spring Camp
•Team Alberta U16 Alberta Challenge
•Alberta Winter Games
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 9
•Honours Grade 10
TAYLOR KEZAMA
GRADE: 12
HEIGHT: 5’8”
SHOOTS: Right
POSITION: defense
HOMETOWN: Camrose, AB
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Taylor aspires to play post-secondary hockey while
working towards a career in physiotherapy or
chiropractic medicine.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 – ATB U16 Alberta Challenge
•2014 – Alberta Winter Games
•2014 & 2015 - Team Alberta (U16) Summer Camp
•2014 – 2015 Sixth Place Overall in League Points
•Played Boys Rep Hockey to first year Bantam
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Consistently maintained a strong academic standing
throughout junior high.
SOPHIE LALOR
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’6”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: St. Albert, AB
LAST TEAM: St. Albert Female Bantam
AAA
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Sophie aspires to achieve a scholarship to play postsecondary hockey after she graduates high school
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014 - 2015 – Alberta Bantam AAA Champions
•2014 – 2015 EGHA Bantam AAA Lightning Captain
•2015 – AMBFHL All-Star Game (Team North MVP)
•2015 – Team Alberta (U16)
•2015 – Global News Athlete of the Week.
•2014 – Alberta Winter Games Bronze Medalist
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
ELIZABETH LANG
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 6”
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: EDMONTON, AB
LAST TEAM: EGHA Bantam AAA
Lightning
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•Honours with Distinction - STM Grade 9
•2015 – Athlete of the Year, Christian Fellowship &
Superintendent Award
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Elizabeth aspires to play for the Canadian National
Team as well as earning athletic and academic
scholarships to a post-secondary institution where she
plans to further her studies.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014-2015 – South Central Alberta Hockey League
(All-Star Team)
•2015 – BC Cup
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honour Role Grade 7-9
•Power List Grades 7-9
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
RYLIND MACKINNON
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 9”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: defense
HOMETOWN: Cranbrook, BC
LAST TEAM: Cranbrook AA Hornets
(Boys)
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Rylind aspires to attend post-secondary school while
playing hockey and pursuing a career in Medicine.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•Peewee Provincial Champion
•Underage Bantam AAA player
•Participant in Alberta Challenge and Alberta Winter
Games
•Selected for Team Alberta U16 and U18 camps
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Highest Academic Average Award – Grades 7- 9
•Honours – Grades 4-10
•Principal’s Award for Academic Excellence
MADISON MCCOY
GRADE: 11
HEIGHT: 5’10”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: defense
HOMETOWN: Sturgeon County, AB
LAST TEAM: Spruce Grove Midget AAA
Saints
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Madison ambition is to play University hockey and
further her academic pursuits in the field of Law or
Orthodontics.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 – Team Alberta (Top 46) Summer Camp
•2015 – Team Alberta (Top 80) Spring Camp
•2014 – Esso Cup Silver Medalist
•2014 – Alberta Winter Games Assistant Captain/
Bronze Medal
•2013 – 2014 - AMMFHL Provincial Champion
•2013 & 2014 - Team Alberta U16 Development
Camps
•2013 – ATB U16 Alberta Challenge
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
ALEXA MCMILLAN
GRADE: 11
HEIGHT: 5’3”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: defense
HOMETOWN: Edmonton, AB
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
•Core Academic Average Grade 10 - 97%
•Certificat Grande Distinction (Honours With
Distinction) Grade 7-9
•Most Outstanding Average École J.H. Picard Grade
7-9
•Certificat de Distinction (Top 25%) Concours de
Mathématiques Pascal 2014
•Prix Molière Junior (Award for Exemplary Ability in
French) 2014
•Silver Medal Olympiques de Sciences Faculté St.
Jean
•Lauréat en Arts Dramatiques (Drama Award) 2013
•Concours D’Arts Oratoire 2012
•Certificat de Distinction Concours de Mathématiques
Euler 2012
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Alexa aspires to play for the Canadian National
Team as well as earning athletic and academic
scholarships to a post-secondary institution where she
plans to pursue a business or science degree.
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VICTORIA RANKIN
GRADE: 12
HEIGHT: 5’4”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Yellowknife, NT
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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•2014-2015 – Fraser Valley Midget AAA – Silver
Medalist
•2015 – Team NWT (Canada Winter Games) –
Team Captain
•2014 - Team BC (Top 80)
•2014 – Team NWT (Arctic Winter Games) – Team
Captain
•2012 – Team NWT (Arctic Winter Games) –
Assistant Captain
•2012 - YKMHA – Junior Official of the Year Award
•2012 – Sport North Youth Female Athlete of the
Year (Nominee)
•2012 – YKMHA – Elaine Whitford Award – Female
MVP (Nominee)
•2012 – YKMHA – Senior Forward of the Year
Award
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours/Principal’s List – Junior & Senior High
•2012 - Ecole St. Patrick High School – Lamplighter
Award
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Victoria would like to further both her hockey and her
education at a post-secondary institution in the fall
of 2016She would like to pursue a career in either
the field of Business or Education while continuing to
develop her passion for Photography
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014 - 2015 – Fraser Valley Midget AAA – Silver
Medalist
•2013 – Alberta Challenge Cup – Team North
Royals
•2013 – Team Alberta (U16) Summer Camp
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 10 & 11
•Honours with Distinction Grades 7-9
MIKAELA REAY
GRADE: 12
HEIGHT: 5’ 4”
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Bashaw, AB
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Mikaela would like to further both her hockey and her
education at a post-secondary institution in the fall of
2016She would like to pursue a career in the field of
Athletic Therapy
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 – Team Alberta (Top 80) Spring Camp
•2014-2015 – 4th Overall Ranking for goaltenders
(AMMFHL)
•2014-2015 - Most defensive player award (St.
Albert Midget AAA Slash)
•2014-2015 – All-Star (AMMFHL)
•2014-2015 – Top goaltender award at Mac’s
Midget Tournament
•2014-2015 – First All Star Team at Mac’s Midget
Tournament
•2014 – Team Alberta - Arctic Winter Games silver
medalist
ERYNN SHANTZ
GRADE: 11
HEIGHT: 5’6”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: Goaltender
HOMETOWN: Fort McMurray, AB
LAST TEAM: St. Albert Slash Midget AAA
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Erynn aspires to play hockey at the post-secondary
level and would like to pursue a career that keeps her
involved in hockey.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 Team Alberta (Top 80) Spring Camp
•2014 Alberta Winter Games – Bronze Medalist
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 10
•Honours with Distinction Grade 7-9
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
MOLLY SHARP
GRADE: 11
HEIGHT: 5’10”
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: defense
HOMETOWN: Edmonton, AB
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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Molly hopes to attend post-secondary school and play
hockey while working towards a degree in veterinary
medicine
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•Two-time Bantam AAA Edmonton Lightning Leading
Scorer
•Top Forward Bantam AAA Edmonton Lightning
•Bronze Medalist U16 Alberta Winter Games
•2015 Team Alberta (Top 46) Summer Camp
•2015 Team Alberta (Top 80) Spring Camp
•Quantum Speed Power Skating Demonstrator
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS
NICOLE SPINKS
GRADE: 11
HEIGHT: 5’5”
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: St. Albert, AB
LAST TEAM: Northern Alberta X-treme
(STFX)
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•Honours Grade 7-10
•Student Athlete of the Year Award - Vimy Ridge
Academy
•Formally Recognized for Student Leadership Awards
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Nicole would like to pursue a Bachelor Degree in the
fields of Science or Health Sciences while playing
hockey at the University Level.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Edmonton Blue
•2014-2015 Assistant Captain – CAC Lehigh
Cement Bantam AAA
•2014-2015 & 2013-2014 EBIT Tournament
Champions
•2012-2013 Provincial Silver Medalists
•2012-2013 Assistant Captain Pee Wee ‘AA’
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
LUCAS ARBOUR-NEAGOE
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’11” | WEIGHT: 185 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: Edmonton, AB
LAST TEAM: CAC Lehigh Cement Bantam
AAA
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•Honours with Distinction Grade 7-9
•Grade 9 Core Academic Average – 94%
•2015 Pascal Mathematics Test – exceeded 90%
average
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Lucas would like to pursue hockey to the highest level
possible – WHL, AJHL or College.
He is also interested in pursuing a degree in
Engineering and accompanying it with Business
Degree (MBA).
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Team Northwest
•2010 – Team Brick (Philadelphia One-Hockey
Challenge)
•Two-time – Peace Region ‘Most Valuable Player’
award.
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honour Role – Grade 7-9 with an overall core
average of 88%
•2012 Baseball Provincial Finalist
COLE BASNETT
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 6’ 0” | WEIGHT: 170 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Fairview, AB
LAST TEAM: Grande Prairie Bantam AAA
Storm
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Cole aspires to become a professional hockey player.
He is also interested in pursuing a career in
Mechanical Engineering.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Edmonton Yellow
•2014-2015 – Team Leader in Goals Bantam AAA
Oil Kings
•2013-2014 – Team Leader and League Leader in
points Bantam ‘AA’
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Grade 9 – Honour Role
BREYDON BERTHOLD
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 9” | WEIGHT: 160 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: LEDUC, AB
LAST TEAM: Leduc Bantam AAA Oil Kings
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Breydon would like to pursue hockey to the highest
level possible – WHL, AJHL or College.
Breydon would also like to win the CSSHL – Elite 15’s
Division.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 AMBHL North Playoff Champions
•2015 Bantam AAA Provincial Silver Medalists
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Team Northwest
•2012-2013 League/Playoff Title Pee Wee ‘A’
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 7-9
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
GARIN BUTLER
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 10” | WEIGHT: 155 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Westlock, AB
LAST TEAM: Fort Saskatchewan
Bantam AAA
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Garin would like to pursue hockey to the highest
level possible – WHL, AJHL or College and ultimately
use hockey to open as many doors academically as
possible.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014-2015 Alberta Cup – Team Northwest
•2014-2015 Assistant Captain Pac Bantam AAA
Saints
•2013-2014 Assistant Captain Pac Bantam AA
Saints
•2012-2013 Pee Wee ‘AA’ Major Provincial
Champions & League Champions
•2012-2013 Pee Wee ‘AA’ Edmonton Minor Hockey
Week Champions
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
KALEB ERGANG
GRADE: 9
HEIGHT: 5’ 8” | WEIGHT: 130 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Spruce Grove, AB
LAST TEAM: PAC Bantam AAA Saints
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•Male Athlete of the Year – St. Thomas Aquinas
Middle School (2015)
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Kaleb would like to play junior hockey and ultimately
pursue hockey at the professional level.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 WHL Draft – Brandon Wheat Kings
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Team Northeast
•2014-2015 Captain SPKAC Bantam AAA Flyers
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
• Honours Grade 9
• 2015 Play-on Champion
TY ETTINGER
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 6’ | WEIGHT: 165 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: Ardrossan, AB
LAST TEAM: SPKAC Bantam AAA Flyers
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Ty aspires to make the jump to the WHL in the near
future.
He is also very interested in pursuing a post-secondary
education.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Team Northeast
•2012-2013 Co-Captain – Sherwood Park Jets (Pee
Wee ‘AA’)
•Two-time John Reid Memorial ‘Player of the Game’
Award Winner
•2010 Canlan Classic Champion
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours – Math Grade 7 and 8
•‘Athlete of the Year’ – Clover Bar Jr. High –
Grade 7
RYAN GOULDEN
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 10” | WEIGHT: 150 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Sherwood Park, AB
LAST TEAM: SPKAC Bantam AAA Flyers
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Ryan would like to become a professional hockey
player.
He is also interested in pursuing a career in Sports
Broadcasting.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2013-2014 Zone 1 Bantam Champions
•2013-2014 Beaverlodge Blades (MVP)
•2013 Showdown in Cowtown ‘AAA’ Champions
•2011-2012 Zone 1 Pee Wee Champions
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Governor General Award – Certificate of
Commendation for an act of Bravery
•2013-2014 & 2014-2015 District Badminton
Champions
TY GRANT
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 11” | WEIGHT: 165 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: GOALIE
HOMETOWN: Elmworth, AB
LAST TEAM: Grande Prairie Bantam AAA
Storm
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Ty aspires to make the jump to the WHL in the near
future.
He is also very interested in pursuing a post-secondary
education.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 Vancouver Giants Summer Camp
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Assistant Captain Team
Northwest
•2014-2015 – AMBHL All-Star Game – Team North
(MVP)
•2014-2015 Assistant Captain PAC Bantam AAA
Saints (MVP)
•2012-2013 Pee Wee ‘AA’ Provincial Champions
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
ETHAN GREEN
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 8” | WEIGHT: 160 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: Spruce Grove, AB
LAST TEAM: SPAC Bantam AAA Saints
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•Grade 6-8 Academic Honourable Mention
•2013 – Inline League Champions
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Ethan strives to become a professional hockey player
and hopes to utilize hockey to achieve a postsecondary scholarship and continue his education.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Team Northeast
•2013-2014 SPKAC King Award Bantam AA
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Vimy Ridge Junior Triathlon – 3rd place finish
•U15 Canadian Ball Hockey National Finalist
•U15 Edmonton Minor Ball Hockey Champions
RYLEY HOGAN
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 11” | WEIGHT: 155 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: Sherwood Park, AB
LAST TEAM: SPKAC Bantam AAA Flyers
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Ryley would like to pursue hockey to the highest level
possible – WHL, AJHL or College.
He is also very interested in pursuing a post-secondary
education towards a degree in Business or Science.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014-2015 Assistant Captain – Pursuit of
Excellence
•2014-2015 Gold Medal (Abbotsford Bantam AAA
Tournament)
•2014-2015 KIBIHT – MVP award
•2013-2014 IHGA Provincial Silver Medal
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014-2015 Provincial Speed Ball Champions
•Pee Wee ‘AA’ Provincial Champions
KASE HUNTER
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 6’ 0” | WEIGHT: 180 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: St. Albert, AB
LAST TEAM: Pursuit of Excellence
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Kase would like to pursue hockey to the highest level
possible – WHL, AJHL or College.
He is also interested in pursuing a career as a Fire
Fighter or in Business.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Edmonton Yellow
•2014-2015 STM – Player of the Month
•2014-2015 EBIT Tournament Champions
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Lacrosse - Team Alberta
•Ball Hockey – Team Alberta
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
DARWIN LAKODUK
Darwin would like to pursue hockey to the highest
level possible – WHL, AJHL or College.
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 8” | WEIGHT: 140 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Edmonton, AB
LAST TEAM: CAC Lehigh Cement Bantam
AAA
He is also interested in pursuing a career in Sports
Medicine.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 34 – Shortlist)
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•Listed by the Saskatoon Blades (2015)
•2014-2015 – CSSHL Bantam Prep Silver Medalists
•2012-2013 – Captain of St. Alberta Saints Pee
Wee ‘AA’
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Competitive Baseball Player
NICHOLAS LEYER
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 8” | WEIGHT: 155 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: St. Albert, AB
LAST TEAM: POE Bantam Prep
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Nicholas would like to play in the WHL and ultimately
take his hockey career to the highest level possible.
He is also very interested in pursuing a degree in
Business.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2014-2015 ERBHL All-Star Game
•2014 Western Prospects Development Camp – Top
40 Game
•2013-2014 ERBHL All-Star Game
•2012-2013 Provincial Champions Pee Wee ‘AA’
Minor
•2012-2013 1660 Pee Wee ‘AA’ League
Champions
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
LIAM MCGARVA
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 11” | WEIGHT: 160 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: GOALIE
HOMETOWN: Fort Saskatchewan, AB
LAST TEAM: Fort Saskatchewan Bantam
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•Honours Grade 7-9.
•Core Academic Average 83%
•Two-time Lacrosse Provincial Champion
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Liam would like to pursue hockey to the highest level
possible – WHL, AJHL or College and ultimately use
hockey to pursue a career in Law or Law Enforcement.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup – Calgary North
•2014-2015 – Playing Bantam AAA as a 1st year.
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 9
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
BRADEN PAQUETTE
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 8” | WEIGHT: 150 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Grande Prairie, AB
LAST TEAM: Edge School Bantam Prep
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Braden aspires to play in the WHL and ultimately
become a professional hockey player.
He is also interested in pursuing a post-secondary
degree after junior hockey.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 WHL Draft – Edmonton Oil Kings – 32nd
Overall
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 34 – Shortlist)
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•2014-2015 – AMBHL All-Star Game – Team North
•2014-2015 Captain St. Albert Bantam AAA Sabres
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
•Honours Grade 7-9.
•2013 Western Canada Ball Hockey Champion
JAYDEN PLATZ
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 6’ 3” | WEIGHT: 193 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: ST. ALBERT, AB
LAST TEAM:St. Albert Bantam AAA Sabres
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FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Jayden would like to play on Team Alberta at the U16
Western Challenge Cup and hopes to make the jump
to the WHL in the near future.
He is also very interested in pursuing a career in
Sports Medicine.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 WHL Draft – Swift Current Broncos – 92nd
Overall
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 34 – Shortlist)
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•2014-2015 – AMBHL All-Star Game – Team North
•2014-2015 – AMBHL (Top 10) Scoring (56 points)
•2014-2015 Captain & Team MVP - CAC Lehigh
Cement Bantam AAA
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
JOSHUA PROKOP
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 8” | WEIGHT: 155 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Edmonton, AB
LAST TEAM: CAC Lehigh Cement Bantam
AAA
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• Honours Grade 7-9.
• Overall Academic Average 85%
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Joshua would like to play on Team Alberta at the U16
Western Challenge Cup and hopes to one day play
for the Canadian National Team and in the NHL.
He is also very interested in pursuing a career in
Business.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 Alberta Cup – Team Northwest
•2014-2015 Assistant Captain – St. Albert Bantam
AAA Sabres
•Raider Award – St. Albert Bantam AAA Sabres
as voted by teammates for the player who
best exemplifies Respect, Attitude, Integrity,
Determination, Excellence and Responsibility both
on and off the ice.
•Winner of both the League & Provincial
Championship with St. Albert Atom ‘AA’ Lightning.
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
MARTIN RUDOLF
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 9” | WEIGHT: 160 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: St. Albert, AB
LAST TEAM: St. Albert Bantam AAA Sabres
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•Academic Average of 92% in Grade 9
•Honours Recipient – Junior High Grade 7-9
•Certificat de Grande Distinction (Top 25%)
Concours de Mathematiques Gauss in Grade 8
•Grade 9 Science Merit Award for Highest Average
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Martin would like to pursue hockey to the highest
level possible and ultimately pursue a Degree in
Engineering.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 WHL Draft – Prince George Cougars
•2014-2015 – AMBHL ‘Sportsmanlike Player of the
Year’ Award Winner
•2014-2015 – AMBHL All-Star Game – Team North
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 34 – Shortlist)
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•2014-2015 – AMBHL (Top 10) Scoring (54 points)
•2014-2015 Captain Pac Bantam AAA Saints
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
ISAAC SANIGA
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 8” | WEIGHT: 175 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Spruce Grove, AB
LAST TEAM: PAC Bantam AAA Saints
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• French 10 & 20 Accomplished
• Student Athlete of the Year Award
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Isaac would like to play on Team Alberta at the U16
Western Challenge Cup. He also hopes to play in the
WHL or AJHL and ultimately take his hockey career to
the highest level possible.
Isaac is very interested in becoming a Personal
Trainer and one day opening his own training facility.
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HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup
•Player of the Game Award
•2014-2015 Assistant Captain – CAC Lehigh
Cement Bantam AAA
•2014-2015 & 2013-2014 EBIT Tournament
Champions
•2012-2013 Provincial Silver Medalists
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
HARRISON TUCKER
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 6” | WEIGHT: 140 LBS
SHOOTS: LEFT
POSITION: DEFENSE
HOMETOWN: Edmonton, AB
LAST TEAM: CAC Lehigh Cement Bantam
AAA
• 2014-2015 Ball Hockey Western Champions
• Lacrosse - Team Alberta – Bronze Medalists
• Lacrosse - Alberta Summer Game
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Harrison would like to pursue both hockey and
lacrosse to the highest level possible and ultimately
play professional one day.
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He is also interested in pursuing a career in Science.
HOCKEY ACHIEVEMENTS
•Team Alberta U16 (Top 80)
•2015 ATB Alberta Cup
•2014-2015 – AMBHL All-Star Game – Team North
– Leading Scorer
•2014-2015 SPKAC Bantam AAA Flyers – Leading
Scorer (50 points)
•3 - Heart & Hustle/MVP awards at the John Reid
Memorial Bantam Tournament
ADDITIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
COLE WYATT
GRADE: 10
HEIGHT: 5’ 9” | WEIGHT: 150 LBS
SHOOTS: RIGHT
POSITION: FORWARD
HOMETOWN: Sherwood Park, AB
LAST TEAM: SPKAC Bantam AAA Flyers
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•Honours with Distinction Grade 7-9
•‘Athlete of the Year’ award – Vimy Ridge Academy
•Member of the Team Canada U16 Ball Hockey
Team – competing in the 2016 ISBHF World Junior
Championships in England
FUTURE ASPIRATIONS
Cole aspires to play either NCAA or WHL hockey
and hopes to become a professional hockey player.
He is also interested in becoming a Police Officer
and/or pursuing a career as a Lawyer.
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