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2014-2015 COMMITMENTS

Battlefords North Stars
Blake Young - University of Minnesota - Duluth (NCAA Div.I)
Cam Blair - University of Saskatchewan (CIS - Canada West)
Dillon Forbes - SAIT (ACAC/CCAA)
Michael Gudmandson - Marian University (NCAA Div.III)
Ben Greenaway - Concordia University (NCAA Div.III)
Tanner Quinn - SAIT (ACAC/CCAA)

Estevan Bruins
Austin Daae - Fayetteville Fireantz - Southern Professional Hockey League
Matt Gibney - Neumann College (NCAA Div III)
Tanner Froese - St Norbert (NCAA Div III)
Cory Kosloski - Augustana (ACAC/CCAA)

Flin Flon Bombers
Cam Blair - University of Saskatchewan (CIS - Canada West)
Brett Boehm - Minnesota/Duluth (NCAA Div. I)
Devin Buffalo - Dartmouth College (NCAA Div.I)
Danys Chartrand - University of North Dakota (NCAA Div.I)
Cole McCaig - Marian University (NCAA Div. III)
Landon Hiebert - Lindenwood University (ACHA Div. I)

Humboldt Broncos
David Stumborg - University of Saskatchewan (CIS - Canada West)
Logan Sproule - Augustana (ACAC/CCAA)

Kindersley Klippers
Justin Coachman - Concordia University, Wisconsin (NCAA)
Austin Yano - Minot State University (ACHA Div. II)
Jared Pilet - Concordia University Wisconsin (NCAA Div.III)
Gio Bombini - American International College (NCAA Div.I)

La Ronge Ice Wolves
Daulton Siwak - University of Windsor (CIS-OUA)
Eric Macoretta - Agustana (ACAC/CCAA)
Sebastien Beaurerard - University of Windsor (CIS-OUA)

Melfort Mustangs 
Brandon Formosa (12/13) - University of Central Oklahoma (ACHA)
Anthony Pickering - Concordia University (NCAA Div.III)
Preston Eshenko - Augustana (ACAC)

Melville Millionaires
Colin Mospanchuk - University of Manitoba (CIS - Canada West)
Sam Williams - St Scholastica (NCAA - Div. III)
Isiah Plett - Louisiana Ice Gators (Superior International Hockey League)
Adam Dibella - Augustana (ACAC/CCAA)
Alex Brandrup - Norwich (NCAA - Div.III)
Zach Simpson - American International College (NCAA - Div.I)

Nipawin Hawks
Tad Kozun - University of Alaska Anchorage (NCAA Div. I)
Eric Bollefer - Minot State University (ACHA Div. II)
Steven Glass - Selkirk College (BCIHL)
Arty Kalashnikov (12-13) - Lethbridge College (ACAC)

Weyburn Red Wings
Brian Farkas - Wentworth Institute of Technology (NCAA ECAC)
Shain Scheschuk - Williston University (NJCAA)
Tyler Borstmayer - University of Saskatchewan (CIS - Canada West)

Yorkton Terriers
Brady Norrish - Rochester Institute of Technology (NCAA Div.I)
Chase Norish - Rochester Institute of Technology (NCAA Div.I)
Tayler Thompson - University of Saskatchewan (CIS - Canada West)
Tyler Giebel - University of Regina (CIS - Canada West)
Devon McMullen - University of Regina (CIS - Canada West)

2014 NHL Development Camp Invitees

Eli Lichtenwald (Nipawin) - Anaheim Ducks
Blake Tatchell (Battlefords) - Winnipeg Jets
Brenden Kotyk (Humboldt) - Chicago Blackhawks
Michael Young (Flin Flon) - San Jose Sharks
Rylan Schwartz (Notre Dame) - San Jose Sharks
Brody Hoffman (Nipawin) - Chicago Blackhawks
Taran Kozun (Nipawin) - Washinton Capitals
Cole Wilson (Flin Flon) - Washington Capitals

 

SPOTLIGHT ON OUR YOUNG GUNS

 

JACOB JESKE

Weyburn Red Wings

 

REGAN WILTON

Melfort Mustangs

Faces In The Glass

ALEXI THIBAUDEAU

Notre Dame Hounds, G
After splitting time with Brett Soles last season, Alexi Thibaudeau appears to be the man between the Notre Dame Hounds' pipes this season.  Thibaudeau got off to a smoking start, making 28/29 saves on Saturday, and 41/42 Sunday, in a pair of 2-1 victories over the Humboldt Broncos, to begin the season at 2-0.  The Hounds bring back plenty of veterans at all positions, and there's plenty of reason for optimism in the early going of 2014-2015.

MICHAEL STATCHUK

Battlefords North Stars, D
Wadena, SK product Michael Statchuk returns to his home province to wrap up his Junior career.  Statchuk spent the past two seasons with the Vernon Vipers of the BCHL, including last season when the Vipers hosted the RBC Cup.  He had 3-goals and 11-points in Vernon last season, and was a top recruit after three stellar seasons of AAA Midget hockey, including a 39-point season with the Prince Albert Mintos in 2011-2012.  The 2009 5th round pick of the Saskatoon Blades will provide some stability to a North Stars blue line that saw some key parts move on due to graduation.

DEAN BROCKMAN

Humboldt Broncos, Coach/GM
The SJHL salutes Dean Brockman for 17 years of service with the Humboldt Broncos.  After 7 years as an Assistant and 10 more as Head Coach & GM, Brockman is joining the WHL's Saskatoon Blades as an Assistant Coach under new Coach/GM Bob Woods.  Brockman was Bob Beatty's Assistant when the Broncos won the SJHL and Royal Bank Cups in 2003, and led them to three straight league titles in 2007, 2008 and 2009, including another RBC Championship in 2008 in Cornwall, Ontario.

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