Our next graduating player spent the last two seasons carrying the mail as the Blues starting goalie. Being the starter is a pressure filled task that is not for every goalie, but Scott stepped up to the challenge. Sporting a 2.69 goals against average and a .902 save percentage he gave the team a fighting chance on a nightly basis.
Not shy about letting an opposing player know to get out of his way he also helped out as a third defence man handling the puck on many occasions.
The Blues and their fans want to wish Scott all the best in his future endeavours whatever they may be and hope to see him back at the rink as an alumni.
Just in, Scott has been accepted by the Faculty of Business Administration at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay for the fall. After considering several opportunities to combine D-III hockey and post-secondary education in the U.S. , he has decided to focus his energy solely on attaining his business degree.