Game On Magazine November 2015 - Page 56

I’d always had the most fun playing hockey in Thompson and I really didn’t want to leave. But Andrew convinced me to go down and give it a try and almost MMJHL’s St. Boniface Riels,” said Drews. “Players that he has to release, he tries to send to us, but it’s hard. The players don’t really want to leave Winnipeg to play Jr. B out here. Recruiting players is one of the most important and difficult things I do, but I do it because our community really likes its hockey.” One of his most important recruits was brought to the team last season by goaltender Andrew Smith. However, when Breyden Turner was asked by his friend to leave Thompson and play hockey for the Falcons, he admits he was a little skeptical. immediately, I loved it - Breyden Turne