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Bremner Commits To Selkirk College

The Neepawa Natives are extremely proud to announce that defensemen, Rhys Bremner will attend Selkirk College, in Castlegar, B.C. and play for the Selkirk College Saints hockey club in the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League {BCIHL}.

Bremner who joined the Natives in 2018-19 played in 96 regular season games, contributing 5 goals and 21 assists along with 328 PIM over three season for the Natives.

When asked about Bremner, assistant coach Robby Moar had this to say, “I am proud of Rhys for selecting Selkirk College to further his hockey and academic career. Selkirk College is getting a passionate man and someone who is willing to play on the edge and do whatever it takes to win. Rhys will be missed around the room and in Neepawa, I wish him the best of luck”

Bremner had this to say about his time in Neepawa, “The time I spent in Neepawa will be remembered for the rest of my life. I will always cherish the relationships I’ve made with my teammates, coaches, and the community of Neepawa over the last 3 years. It is truly amazing to watch the community come together, from game day volunteers to sponsors and billets. It seems like almost everyone in town is supporting the team in some way.

As disappointed as I am that my junior hockey career has come to a close, I am very excited to be able to further my education while playing hockey next season for the Selkirk Saints in Castlegar, B.C. ”

Selkirk College head coach Dave Hnatiuk had this to say about Bremner, “We are excited that Rhys has committed to join us and I look forward to having him join us this fall. His physical play, along with his ability to contribute offensively will be a nice addition to our solid defensive core. I expect that Rhys will step right in and play a key role for us next season”.

The entire organization would like to thank Rhys for his 3 years of service in Neepawa and wish him all the best in the future.