Ty BarnstableProcessed With Darkroom

Barnstable Shines in Portage Community

The Terriers would like to congratulate Ty Barnstable on being named to the 2018-19 RBC-MJHL Community Ambassador Team.

This team – made up of one player from each MJHL team – recognizes players who are making a difference by giving back to their community. Each player has displayed outstanding citizenship and sportsmanship both on and off the ice and a commitment to volunteerism. A donation will be made to each Ambassador’s local community from RBC.

At the conclusion of the regular season, one RBC – MJHL Community Ambassador will be selected as the recipient of the RBC Community Award, which comes with a further donation in the player’s name to their local community from RBC.

Thank you to all MJHL players who make a positive impact in the community. As a long standing supporter of the MJHL, RBC believes this leadership deserves to be recognized.

Congratulations to the following players who comprise your 2018-2019 RBC – MJHL Community Ambassador Team! Each will be celebrated during their team’s RBC Game Night this season.

Parker Brakebill – Virden Oil Capitals
Isaac LaBelle – Waywayseecappo Wolverines
Tanner Barbeau – OCN Blizzard
Riley Shamray – Dauphin Kings
Ty Barnstable – Portage Terriers
Riley Morgan – Winkler Flyers
Matt Radomsky – Steinbach Pistons
Kelton Sutherland – Winnipeg Blues
Corbin Mariash – Neepawa Natives
Tanner Glasrud – Swan Valley Stampeders
Nolan Ferguson  – Selkirk Steelers

“Ty really has been a dream to work with and a role model to every hockey player that comes through our program.

Ty is currently in his third season with Portage and has been a great ambassador for not only the Terriers, but for the MJHL as well. Ty is always up for community events and especially likes giving back to local youth hockey and skating programs. He has worked with Can Skate and the Recreational Opportunities for Kids Hockey Skills Program. Ty has volunteered with the Youth Golf Program, the Heart and Stroke Foundation as well as being the Terrier liaison with our local RCMP to do monthly school visits to speak about positive life choices.

He really has taken every opportunity to get involved in the community and we’re proud that he’s a Terriers. ” Marketing Director Heather Jordan