Saturday, May 26, 2012


(Courtesy Yorkton Terriers)

The Yorkton Terriers are pleased to announce that graduating twenty-year-old forwards Riley Paterson (Calgary, AB) and Brent Struble (Wawota, SK) have committed to play for the SAIT Trojans hockey program for the upcoming hockey season. The Trojans, based in Calgary, play in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC)

Both Struble and Paterson have been an integral part of the Yorkton Terriers for the past three seasons, providing admirable leadership on the ice and in the community as Captains for two of those seasons.

Paterson played in 160-regular season games with the Terriers over three full seasons. During that time he amassed 34-goals and 32-assists while also playing in 40-playoff games.

In the 2011-12 season Paterson served as the Terriers team captain where he scored 17-goals and 17 assists. He was received the teams Most Popular player award and the Coaches Award.

Struble suited up for 134- regular season games with the Terriers over three full seasons where he scored 40-goals and added 75-assists in his career. He also played 27- playoff games during that time.

In the 2011-12 season Struble served as an Assistant Captain for the second consecutive season. He registered 14-goals and 30-assists to go along with a team leading plus-38 rating. In 5 playoff games he also led the Terriers in scoring with 7-points in 5-games played. At the Terriers year-end awards banquet Struble was named both the teams Playoff MVP as well as the regular season MVP.

The Yorkton Terriers wish to congratulate Riley and Brent and wish them the best in their academic and athletic endeavors at SAIT.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

congratulations to both they will do well there