Boundary Minor Hockey Players

Each week we run the picture and stats on a few of the Predators in trading card format.

Featured Boundary Minor Hockey players of the week.

STEVEN KOHLER

Peewee Predator – #6 RIGHT DEFENCE

Birthdate: August 2, 2003

Wt: 84 lbs Ht: 5’1”

Steven is beginning his fourth season of minor hockey. It is his first year of playing with the peewee team. Steven loves to play hockey and dreams of making the NHL. His last game he made one assist. Steven is a very strong skater and prides himself in his speed. His favourite part of the game is skating fast and shooting the puck. Steven’s favourite colour is purple, his favourite food is Hawaiian pizza and after hockey his other favourite sport is soccer.

KARI DURBAN

Midget Predator – #11 DEFENCE

Birthdate: May 14, 1998

Ht: short

Kari is in Grade 11 at BCSS. She loves sports—both to watch and play. She plans to go to university to study sciences. She loves shopping. Her pet peeve is when people chew with their mouths open. She also loves to play cards with family and friends; and loves to hang with friends.

 

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