Who’s Back: 1989 D Steven Turner (55-7-20-27), 1989 D Justin Perreaux (54-3-18-21), 1990 D Kurt Leedahl (54-0-11-11), 1990 D Johnathan Sonntag (18-0-2-2).1989 F Jordan Braid (50-25-40-65), 1991 F Taylor Duzan (50-12-7-19), 1990 F Travis Eggum (53-8-10-18), 1990 F Johnny Calkins (37-7-5-12), 1990 F Andrew Dommett (38-2-4-6),
Who’s Not: Ryan Nieszner (ACAC), Tanner Schalin (retired), Brett Leedahl (CIS) Kirk Pearce (CIS), Kendall Holmes (retired), Adam Bast (school), Justin Wilkinson (NCAA), Scott Linnell (senior), Myles Jeffers (NCAA Lacrosse), Andrew Herle (WHL), Braeden Adamyk (WHL), Ben Ritchie (retired), Eric Dickey (retired)
Who Might Be New:
1989 G Riley Ross (North Bay NOJHL 18-3-1, 3.17, .895)…Consistent goaltender, veteran presence, expected to be the number one netminder.
1992 G Josh Thorimbert (Blazers SMAAAHL 13-14-1, 3.23, .912)…Back from Kamloops of the WHL, following an injury that prevented him from competing for a spot. He’s now in Kindersley with eyes on a roster spot.
1991 G Jesse Ehnisz (Moose Jaw SMAAAHL 20-13-2, 2.82, .906)…Laid back, yet confident. A rare breed, according to Larry Wintoneak.
1991 D Wade Zakaluzny (Swift Current SMAAAHL 44-7-2-9)…Has good range and nice size. He has a little grizzle to his game.
1990 D Shayne McVittie (Ottawa CJHL 16-0-2-2)… Tremendous skater, fun to watch. Expected to get playing time on both special teams.
1992 D Kyle Janzen (Beardy’s SMAAAHL 44-0-1-1) … Thick body, stay at home, nothing fancy. He keeps the opposing forwards honest in front of the net. He competes down low.
1991 F Jordan Barnes (Brandon MMAAAHL 39-15-29-44) …Good offensive upside, has a knack of scoring goals.
1989 F Kevin Clark (Schreiber SIJHL 49-12-34-46)…Final season of junior, solid two way player. Has an offensive touch shown in camp, a pleasant surprise. Rosetown native returning home.
1991 F Jordan Hoffman (Battlefords SMAAAHL 43-16-14-30)…Relentless player, Wintoneak sees him as a very good player in this league. Tremendous work ethic who won’t go away.
1991 F Jesse Mysiorek (Swift Current SMAAAHL 44-17-19-36)…Big body, up and down winger, good down low, has a decent touch. Protects the puck well.
1991 F Taylor Wasden (Sask Blazers SMAAAHL 43-5-15-20)…Pleasant surprise in camp, has worked hard over the summer. He’s a two-way forward, who has a little sandpaper to his game.
1991 F Ryan Benn (Spruce Grove Midget AA 23-16-17-33)…He was a top scorer in his league last year and brings finesse to the left side.
Note: A new defenseman arrived today from the Prince George Cougars; and if all goes according to plan, Kindersley’s position of strength will be on defense. Herle is not expected back, while Adamyk could resurface and would be a very welcomed addition.