~ Article courtesy Melfort Mustangs, image courtesy Broad Leaf Media
The Melfort Mustangs are proud to announce that 2001-born forward Nolan Doell has committed to the Red Deer Polytechnic Kings for post-secondary hockey.
Doell is a veteran of over 100 Junior A games between the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) and SJHL. Doell has played 19 games in a Mustangs uniform after being traded to Melfort on November 23, 2022. He has scored 11 goals and has added 8 assists for 19 points.
“I am very proud to sign with such a great organization,” Doell said. “I am very excited to start my future there.”
Prior to his time in Melfort, Doell played parts of five seasons with the La Ronge Ice Wolves, playing a total of 69 games, scoring 20 goals and adding 28 assists for 48 points. He also added three assists over four playoff games for La Ronge in 2019/2020. Doell was also the Ice Wolves Captain before being traded to the Mustangs this season.
Doell began the 2019/2020 season with the Whitecourt Wolverines of the AJHL, playing in 16 games, tallying four points before coming back to Saskatchewan.
The Martensville, Sask. product was also a fourth round pick in the 2016 SJHL Draft by the Ice Wolves.
Prior to his time in the SJHL, Doell played 126 games for Beardy’s Blackhawks U18 AAA club.
The Red Deer Polytechnic Kings are part of the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC).