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Howden, Patrick, Loewen Lead Manitoba Under-16 Stars

By Scott Billeck

Brett Howden, Nolan Patrick and Jermaine Loewen have all made the 27-man roster for Hockey Manitoba’s U-16 Program of Excellence Prep Camp coming up later this summer.

The list, which was released Wednesday, includes three goalies, eight defenseman, and sixteen forwards and will be coached by Doug Sinclair.

Hockey Manitoba's Under-16 coach, Doug Sinclair.

Hockey Manitoba’s Under-16 coach, Doug Sinclair.

Sinclair has been a part of the Hockey Manitoba Program of Excellence for the past three seasons, twice as an assistant, and this year as head coach. He sees a lot of good in the program, both in terms of development and overall notoriety across Canada.

“It’s a first kind of identification for players,” said Sinclair. “It’s the first true gauge of a provincial all-star team. It’s the foreground for moving forward with the Under-17s, Under-18s and the World Junior program. There are a lot of scouts and GMs here, and Hockey Canada will know these players by the end.”

The team has representation from the Western Hockey League to the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. Nolan Patrick was taken fourth overall in this year’s WHL Bantam Draft by the Brandon Wheat Kings, Brett Howden went to the Moose Jaw Warriors in the fifth spot and will look to follow in his brother Quinton’s footsteps.

Brett Howden goes to the net.

Brett Howden goes to the net.

“It’s a great camp, all the best players in Manitoba are going to this,” said Howden. “Just to be selected to that is a huge honour. It helps everybody along the way and it’s a great experience for everyone to see what you have to go through to get there.  I am looking forward to the next couple of weeks to see what happens.”

Jermaine Loewen from Jamaica, a draft pick of the Kamloops Blazers of the WHL, only started playing organized hockey at ago 10 and has blossomed into a dominant forward for both the Interlake Lightning AAA Bantam team and in the POE.

The newest member of the Kamloops Blazers: Jermaine Loewen.

The newest member of the Kamloops Blazers: Jermaine Loewen.

“His best attribute is his strength in general,” says Dwayne Swanson, head coach of the Interlake Lightning AAA Bantam team.  “There were times when he basically carried our team on his shoulders, his competitiveness is just outstanding.”

Two Neepawa Native draft picks will look to build off impressive outings in May come the August Prep Camp.  Morgan Geekie, selected first overall by the Natives just a couple of weeks ago, and Skyler Thorsteinson, taken 12th overall will both be looking to impress their new club and fight for a spot on the Western Canada U-16 Challenge in Calgary starting on Halloween this year.

“He’s (Geekie) got good size,” said Myles Cathcart, General Manager of the Neepawa Natives. “He’s a centreman with a high skill level and he’s a good two way forward. To top it off he is a good local kid.”

Nolan Patrick

Nolan Patrick

Hockey Manitoba’s U-16 Prep Camp goes August 15 – 18 in Winnipeg.

small-HockeyManitoba_3802THE ROSTER

The Hockey Manitoba Under-16 (Bantam) Roster

The Goalies

Brett Evans   Grandview                           Notre Dame Hounds

Ryan Kubic   St. Andrews                         Winnipeg Hawks

Ryan Hall      Winnipeg                             Winnipeg Monarchs

 

The Defensemen

Connor Bowey                   Winnipeg                             Winnipeg Monarchs

Darby Gula                          Steinbach                             Eastman Selects

Blake Jameson                  Brandon                           Brandon Wheat Kings

Garrett Kuklica                  East St. Paul                  Winnipeg Sharks

Brady Pouteau                  Oak Bluff                           Pembina Valley Hawks

Liam Schioler                  West St. Paul                  Shattuck St. Mary’s

Dean Stewart                  Portage la Prairie                  Central Plains Capitals

Skyler Thorsteinson         Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Hawks

 

The Forwards

Connor Bailey                  St. Andrews                  Winnipeg Hawks

Bennett Dalke                  LaSalle                           Pembina Valley Hawks

Morgan Geekie                  Strathclair                           Yellowhead Chiefs

Nathan Halvorsen         Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Warriors

Brett Howden                  Oakbank                           Eastman Selects

Kevin Jakisch                  Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Monarchs

Tanner Kaspick                  Brandon                           Brandon Wheat Kings

Nicholas Labossiere         Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Warriors

Tanner Lewis                  Brandon                           Brandon Wheat Kings

Nolan Libbrecht                  Winnipeg                            Winnipeg Monarchs

Jermaine Loewen         Arborg                           Interlake Lightning

Vince Loschiavo                  Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Hawks

Dawson Martin                  Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Monarchs

Linden McCorrister         Peguis                           Winnipeg Hawks

Nolan Patrick                  Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Hawks

Dylan Thiessen                  Winnipeg                           Winnipeg Monarchs

 

The Staff

Head Coach:                   Doug Sinclair                  Winnipeg Monarchs

Assistant Coach:                  Rob Smith                           Steinbach Pistons

Assistant Coach:          Wayne Bartley                  Winnipeg Wild

Video Coach:                  Dennis McNish                  Brandon Wheat Kings

Athletic Therapist:         Stacey Bulat                  Winnipeg Monarchs

Equipment Manager:         Scott Hlady                           Brandon Wheat Kings

Operations Director:         Kyle Prystupa                  Hockey Manitoba

POE Support:                  Trevor Prystupa                  Hockey Manitoba

 

 

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