Brook cracks Canadian World Junior Roster
(from Hockey Canada twitter)
Roblin, Manitoba’s Josh Brook will have the chance to play for his country at the upcoming World Junior Hockey Championship.
Brook was one of players named to the Canadian roster that will compete in the tournament that takes place starting Boxing Day in Vancouver & Victoria, BC.
The 19 year old Moose Jaw Warriors defenceman is currently in his 4th year in the WHL and currently has 33 points in 25 games this season.
Brook and Team Canada open up the World Junior Hockey Championships in Vancouver on Dec. 26th against Denmark.
Hawryluk makes NHL debut with Florida
(from Hockey DB
It was a pretty special moment for Roblin’s Jayce Hawryluk over the weekend.
The 22 year old former Brandon Wheat King made his National Hockey League debut over the weekend with the Florida Panthers on Saturday night in their 4-3 OT win over the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Hawryluk played just under 6 minutes in the game and had 2 shots on goal.
Currently this season with the AHL’s Springfield Thunderbirds, he has 7 goals, 21 assists for 28 points in 25 games.