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Terriers AGM Held Last Night at Stride Place

The Terriers board held their annual general meeting that was open to the public last night at Stride Place.

The team recorded a loss of $29,869 after a season that saw them make an exit in the first round.

Treasurer Mark Killam addressed the financials and noted that playing 6 less home games this season in playoffs than last season affected the bottom line.

The Terriers also incurred expenses renting a bus at the end of the season when theirs was no longer operational as well as purchasing a new bus.

Coach and GM Blake Spiller noted that we have 17 eligible returning players for this season with the following graduating players continuing their hockey careers.

Chase Brakel Div 1

Kain Stevenson Div 3

Mackenzie Dwyer CIS

Jeremey Leipsic CIS

The upcoming season will once again be balanced and the MJHL SJHL Showcase will continue. The MJHL Showcase will take place in December at the Seven Oaks Arena in Winnipeg.

Stan Killam will be stepping down from the board as well as Trent Ward and Mike Panko. Newly elected members Brett Deschouwer, Brad Gannon and Linda Gannon will take their place.

The board would like to acknowledge all our fans and sponsors for their continued support.

At the conclusion of the meeting the new board elected Dave Koroscil as president with Michael Jordan stepping in to the Vice President role. Dale Deschouwer will remain as Governor with Frank Hay as alternate.