By Craig Stein
THREE YEAR BRONCO JOINING SEAWOLVES IN NCAA DIVISION I RANKS
(Photo Credit: Humboldt Journal)
Graduating Humboldt Broncos forward Brayden Camrud accepted an offer late last week, to play NCAA Division I Hockey for the University of Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves.
Camrud spent three full seasons in Humboldt, putting up a total of 48-goals and 125-points over 148-games. His 20-year-old season was his best, where he racked up 27-goals and 55-points in just 48-games. He also led the team in a seven game playoff series against Estevan, with 12-points, four of them goals, including a five point (2g-3a) effort in Game 4 at home. The Saskatoon product also had a pair of five point nights during the regular season.
Camrud will join fellow SJHL alumni in Anchorage including goaltender Kristian Stead (Nipawin), defenseman Eric Sinclair (Melfort / Flin Flon) and defenseman Nolan Nicholas (Estevan).