Bearcat-of-the-Week honours went to forward, Bryan Laureigh. He picked up a goal in the loss to the Crushers, a pair in the win over South Shore and a single tally in the 3-2 win in Yarmouth. In those three games his effort was recognized, being named a Game Star in each (second, first, third). It was a solid week’s work at the right time.
After two seasons with the Shattuck St. Mary’s Midget Program, he came north to play the 2017-2018 season with the Kingston Frontenacs (OHL). After 13 games to start the following season, he went to the Kingston Vouageurs (OJHL). The Bearcats acquired his playing rights from the Collingwood Colts last summer. He reported following a tryout with the Halifax Mooseheads. He brought the Bearcats a 200-foot game, playing with an edge and physicality. There’s no question he’s one of the team leaders, upping his game in this urgent portion of the season.
UPCOMING BEARCAT EVENTS
This Saturday, the Bearcats are going to recognize the graduating players in a pre- game ceremony. Whether it was for four years, two, or one, the organization appreciates the contribution of each.
SKATE WITH THE BEARCATS following Saturday game. Next Wednesday, the Bible Hill Kinsmen who present monetary donations to seven local charitable organizations. This is the 18 th year of the Powerplay Partnership with the Bearcats. Over the first 17 years, $79,800.00 has been given to local charities.
Friday, the Bearcats host the Fredericton Red Wings.
Saturday, the Yarmouth Mariners are at the RECC to face the Bearcats.
Next Wednesday (March 4th ) the Valley Wildcats will be in town to wrap up Truro’s regular season home schedule.
All games start at 7:00 pm.