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    Thanks for sharing this story. From what I know of Dave Adolph, this is the kind of thing he and his players would do. Great experience for the young kid.
     
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    Tarzan Kozun

    Former Kelowna Rocket standout, who played 9 games with Utah (ECHL) has apparently been red shirting with the Huskies. Can't seeing him starting many games, as Cooke has been the CIS goalie of the year, the past two seasons. If Cooke is gone after next year, they will be solid in nets. He was recruited , also by the U of A.
     
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    SO MUCH FOR STATUS QUO ...
    Huskies bringing in 7 newcomers to camp


    Here's the official U of S release:


    (2017-18 Men's Hockey Recruits)

    Taran Kozun, Goaltender

    The 6-1 Nipawin, Sask., native was named the WHL's top goaltender in 2014-15, as well as a WHL Western Conference First Team All-Star for the Seattle Thunderbirds before spending a season in the ECHL. In 2014-15, Kozun played in 60 games for the Thunderbirds and posted a 2.41 GAA and .915 save percentage.

    Collin Shirley, Forward

    A left wing/centre, the 6-2 Shirley tallied 114 goals and 119 assists in his WHL career with the Kamloops Blazers. The Saskatoon native also had 13 points in 13 career WHL playoff games for the Blazers. In 2016-16, he was named captain.

    Carter Folk, Forward

    Folk, a left winger, spent three seasons with the Lethbridge Hurricanes before joining the Victoria Royals in 2016-17. The Regina native finished his WHL career with 33 goals and 46 assists.

    Taylor Sanheim, Forward

    From Elkhorn, Man., Sanheim played three seasons with the WHL's Calgary Hitmen, before finishing his junior career with the Penticton Vees in the BCHL. The 5-11 left winger helped the Vees to the BCHL championship title.

    Jesse Shynkaruk, Forward

    Finishing his WHL career with the Saskatoon Blades, Shynkaruk, a 5-9 left winger, scored 31 goals and 25 assists in his final WHL season. He also spent time with the Kamloops Blazers and Moose Jaw Warriors. He was a member of the Telus Cup champion Saskatoon Contacts in 2012-13.

    Alex Forsberg, Forward

    (was announced in 2016-17, but rehabbed an injury and didn't consume eligibility)

    Spending time with four different WHL teams, centre Alex Forsberg has 87 career WHL goals. In 2015-16, the Waldheim, Sask., native finished ninth in league scoring with 31 goals and 60 assists for the Victoria Royals.

    MacKenzie Johnston, Defenceman

    (sat out 2016-17 to comply with U SPORTS eligibility rules)

    Spending time with three different WHL teams, defenceman MacKenzie Johnston joins the Huskies from the Mount Royal University Cougars. Sitting out 2016-17 for U SPORTS transfer rules, Johnston played in 56 games with the Cougars in 2014-15 and 2015-16.


    Here's a link to a story on Kozun:


    http://thestarphoenix.com/sports/lo...ie-taran-kozun-set-to-suit-up-for-hockey-dogs
     

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