There was plenty of turnover in the goal crease in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League from last season with many teams searching for new starting netminders.
For the Kindersley Klippers, they had the tall task of replacing Matthew Pesenti, who appeared in 43 games during the 21/22 season.
However, newcomer Cody Jaman has been everything and then some for the Klippers since his arrival.
The 18-year-old Airdrie, Alberta product has been peppered with plenty of rubber this season, but despite that, is tied for 5th when it comes to save percentage in the league at .914.
Thanks to his strong performance so far this year, Jaman was named as one of the two goaltenders who will represent the SJHL’s U18 team at the SJHL/MJHL Showcase at the end of the month.
While Kindersley is at the bottom of the SJHL standings, they have been in most games this season, and with the play of their young netminder, the club can still make a run to the playoffs this season while also having a strong future.