Boys Alumni

 
 
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BHA TO THE PROS

Matt Keith (Chicago Black Hawks, New York Islanders)

Matt was drafted by the Chicago Black hawks in 2001(Round 2, 59th Overall) while playing for the Spokane Chiefs of the Western Hockey League. After a stellar four-year WHL career that saw him post 154 points (76-68-154) in 203 games, Matt turned pro in 2003 and made his NHL debut with the Black hawks on February 24th, 2004 against the Philadelphia Flyers. Matt Scored his first career NHL goal against the Nashville Predators on March 1st, four days after recording his first assist.  Matt joined the New York islanders in 2007/2008 appearing in three games.

read Matt's testimonial here.

Mykul Haun, Danbury Mad Hatters - EPHL

Daniel Davies, Sloguh Jets - EPHL

Stewart Sacharuk, Nijmegen Devils - Netherlands

Florian Schoenberger, EHC Lustenau - Austria

Mike Holst, HC Innsbruch - Austria

Jan-Niklas Gerbert, EHC Timmerendofer - Germany

Timo Wassermeier, Hamburger SV - Germany

Yotam Sherf, Andenofer EC - Germany

Steve Margeson, Lake Erie Monsters - AHL

Justin Todd, Elmira Jackals - ECHL

Darren Parth, San Diego Gulls - ECHL

Tyler Doherty, Mississippi River Kings - CHL

Evan Affleck, Amarillo Gorillas - CHL

Harry Mahesh, Louisiana Ice Gators- SPHL

Mark Thomas, Sheffeild Steelers - EIHL

Tristan Haper, Brahead Clan - EHIL

 
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Andrew Volkening

Rob Yamashita - Western Michigan University

Dan Gabelman - Boston University

Taka Hoshino - Sacred Heart University

Joey Ammon - Army

Spencer Bacon - Mercyhurst University

BHA TO THE NCAA

Andrew Volkening (Air Force Academy)

After a three year career at the Banff Hockey Academy, Andrew returned to the United States to play in the North American Hockey League. After receiving a scholarship to the Division l Air Force Academy, Andrew went on to play 10 games with the club in 2006-07. It was the next season that Andrew's NCAA career took off as he went on to appear in 117 games over the next three seasons, posting a staggering 2.16 gals against and a .916 save percentage. Andrew was nominated for the prestigious Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the MVP of Division l hockey, in 2010. In the 2009 NCAA Men's ice Hockey Tournament, Andrew had a 43 save performance for his 3rd straight shutout, knocking off the No. 1 seeded Michigan Wolverines in the first round of play.  ESPN commented on the game, "Michigan got Volkenized."

 

DIVISION III

Nick Kelly - Eastern Washington University

Micah Pyde - Duguesne University

Casey Rogers - Neumann University

Justin Todd - Lebanon Valley College

Teren Turner - University of Utah

Matt St Pierre - Assumption College

Derek Champlin - Becker College

Jay Seals - Castleton Stage College

Bradley Meyers - Finlandia University

Joey McEwan - Marian University

Jim Pfieffelmann - Lawrence University

Justin Anonas - Wentworth Institute of Technology

Dave Peterson - Milwaukee School of Engineering

Craig Brodmerkel - State University of New York at Brockport

Eric Robertson - Johnson & Wales University

Kyle Lapane - New Hampshire College

Darren Partch - State University of New York at Plattsburgh

Erik Clack - Plymouth State College

Mykul Haun - Plymouth State College

Mike Pao - Milwaukee School of engineering

 

BHA TO CIS/CCHA

Colton Semenok - Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Devon Hobbs - University of Alberta - Augustana

Brennan Gasmo - Briercrest College and Seminary

Tyler Doherty - Concordia University

Stewart Sacharuk - Concordia University

Chris Smerek - University of Ottawa

 

BHA TO JUNIOR A

Zak Wildman, Calgary Canucks - AJHL

Isaiah Archer, Canmore Eagles - AJHL

EvanBayko, Calgary Canucks - AJHL

Reid Wilson, Olds Grizzlys - AJHL

Billy Vida, St. Albert Steel - AJHL

Colton Semenok, Brook Bandits - AJHL

Garrett Girard, Canmore Eagles - AJHL

Pat Voll, La Ronge Ice Wolves - SJHL

Preston Eshenko, Melfort Mustangs - SJHL

Harry Mahesh, Winkler Flyers - MJHL

Justin Todd, Winkler Flyers - MJHL

Lonnie Erasmus,Winkler Flyers - MJHL

Garick Gray, Fargo Force - USHL

Darren Partch, Waterloo Black Hawks - USHL

Dan Platter, Milton Ice Hawks - OJHL

Eric Robertson, Bozeman Ice Dogs - AWHL

Andrew Volkening, Wassilla Spirit - NAHL

Lonnie Murphy, New Mexico Mustangs - NAHL

Nick Kelly, Alaska Avalanche - NAHL

Scott Allan, Medicine Hat Tigers - WHL

Matt Keith, Spokane Chiefs - WHL

Kobe Eagletail, Prince George Cougars - WHL

Michael Lenko, West Kelowna Warriors - BCHL

Kyle Stephan, Newmarket Hurricanes - OJHL

Rob Yamashita, Langley Thunder - BCHL

Devon Hobbs, Merritt Centennials - BCHL

Mike Noble, Powell River Kings - BCHL

Tyler Doherty, Langley Thunder - BCHL

Stefano Antinori, Merritt Centennials - BCHL

Joey McEwan, Merritt Centennials - BCHL

Mike Pao, Calgary Canucks - AJHL

Joey Ammon, Lloydminster Bobcats- AJHL

Casey Rogers, Olds Grizzlys - AJHL

Nick Crosby, Brooks Bandits - AJHL

Matt Korotva, Brooks Bandits - AJHL

Chris Smerek, Calgary Royals - AJHL

Taylor Egan, Brooks Bandits - AJHL

Spencer Bacon, Calgary Canucks - AJHL

 

BHA TO THE NATIONAL TEAM

Mark Thomas (Great Britain)

Mark has been a regular member of the Great Britain National Team since 2005, appearing in seven tournaments (05, 06, 09, 11, 12, and 13) with the team. Mark has appeared in six IIHF World Championships and has won bronze medal in 2009 and silver medal in 2011. Altogether, Mark has appeared in 30 World Championship Games. He was also a member of the 2013 Great Britain team that participated in the IIHF 2014 Olympic Qualifying Tournament.

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Javier Esteban (Mexico)
2013 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships

Mickey Bastings (Netherlands)
2009 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2010 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships
2011 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships
2012 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships
2011 IIHF World Championships
2012 IIHF World Championships
2013 IIHF World Championships
2014 Olympic Qualifying Tournament

Ben Thilthorpe (Australia)
1999 IIHF World Championships
2000 IIHF World Championships
2002 IIHF World Championships
2004 IIHF World Championships
2005 IIHF World Championships
2006 IIHF World Championships
2011 IIHF World Championships

Luke Thilthorpe (Australia)
2000 IIHF World Under-20 Championships
2002 IIHF World Championships
2004 IIHF World Championships
2005 IIHF World Championships
2006 IIHF World Championships
2011 IIHF World Championships

Andrew Waite (Australia)
2007 IIHF World Under-20 Championships
2008 IIHF World Under-20 Championships

Stefano Antinori (Italy)      
1999 IIHF World Under-18 Championships

Yotam Sherf (Israel)
2011 IIHF Wolder Under: 18 Championships

Yuval Rosenthal (Israel)
2011 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2013 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships

Ander Arrinda (Spain)
2012 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2013 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships

Jeremy Chai (New Zealand)
2008 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2010 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships

Mitchel Humphries (Australia)
2012 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2013 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships

Jamie Woodman (Australia)
2012 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2013 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships

Cas Staps (Netherlands)
2012 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2013 IIHF World Under: 18 Championships
2013 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships

Eythan Stokes (Australia)
2010 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships

Florian Schonberger (Austria)
2008 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships

Michael Hoist (Austria)
2005 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships
2006 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships

Alejandro Anievas (Mexico)
2003 IIHF World Under: 20 Championships
2004 IIHF World Championships