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Monday, August 23, 2010

Prince Albert Pirates early favorites?

Several training camps are starting to open across Western Canada this week in the bantam age group. As we draw closer to the beginning of the bantam season, we'll begin to look at some of the teams to watch across Western Canada for the 2010-2011 hockey season.

Today, I'll take a look at one of the early favorites to represent Saskatchewan at the Western Canadian Bantam Hockey Championships. The Prince Albert Venice House Pirates look to be the favorites to come out of the Centre Four Hockey League this season. They return one of the most talented forwards in all of Saskatchewan in Ryan Duret, Duret was 2nd in team scoring last season with 22-43-65 in 22 games as a 1st year bantam. This summer he played on the 96 Jr. Blades, one of the top spring/summer teams in western Canada, again Duret was one of the leaders with 11-9-20 in just 12 games which included the Vancouver Challenge Cup and the Winnipeg Subway Classic. Although Duret looks to be the catalyst for offensive production, there are others who should make a huge impact, including Lance Yaremchuk who is making the move from Tisdale, Yaremchuk led the Tisdale bantam Ramblers in scoring last year with 30 points. Also, there is a pair of 1997 born talents making the jump from pee wee hockey, Matthew Campese and Reed Gunville who could score 60+ points. Both playes have been lighting up every level of hockey in recent years and last year in pee wee hockey they were 1-2 in league scoring with Gunville picking up 34-55-89 and Campese 44-43-87. On defence, the Pirates will be led by a pair of 2nd year stars, Bryton Sayers and Jordan Harris. Sayers had a very successful spring/summer season with the Jr. Blades, in fact, he averaged near a point per game in the two major spring tournaments. Jordan Harris, coming off a great 1st year bantam season, carried that through to this summer with the Saskatchewan Hustlin' Huskies. Complementing the Pirates on defence will be first year star Lochlan Morrison. Morrison was a stand out in pee wee last year with 9-25-34, while racking up 104 pims.

Look for the the Pirates to improve on what was a successful 16-4-4 2009-2010 season and over take Warman for first place in 2010-2011.

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