Wranglers sign 5 more players for the 2018-2019 Season
Steamboat Wranglers sign:
The forward from Visalia, Calif. has played for the Fresno Junior Monsters where the team won NORCAL as PeeWees and won CAHA as Bantams. Sebastian also played for the Bakersfield Jr. Dragons AA, and the Bakersfield Jr. Condors AA. Last year, he was a Wrangler!
Sebi writes, ““I am excited to return to the Wranglers, not only because of the great program and phenomenal staff, but for the amazing fan base, educational opportunity, and all the great things this community has to offer. As a returner from last season, I am hoping to not only advance my skills in hockey, but to give back to the community of Steamboat that has shown nothing but love and support for the Wranglers. There is no better place in the world to play hockey and to grow as a young man than Steamboat Springs, Colo.; and I cannot wait to see what the future holds for the Wranglers, Steamboat, and me!”
Sebi, good luck on the ice and good luck at the high school for your senior year. We’re thrilled you’re back in Steamboat to play for the Wranglers.
Please welcome Jack Rousseau back to the Steamboat Wranglers, where he played in the Wranglers’ inaugural season. Jack is from Ann Arbor, Michigan, and has played hockey for the Glacier Yetis, the USA Eagles U16 AAA team, and Victory Honda AAA hockey. Jack most recently played for the Breckenridge Bolts and the Colorado Rampage.
Jack writes, "I am very excited for the upcoming season and my return to Steamboat. I see big things coming in the near future and am very excited to be a part of a winning organization."
The Steamboat Wranglers would like to welcome back Andrew Demorat this season. Andrew has played hockey for at least 13 years, starting with the Colorado Rampage program on the Front Range. His family then moved to Virginia where he played for the Reston Raiders as a bantam, through Midget AAA. The hockey loving family then moved to Steamboat.
Andrew writes, “I am excited to be able to come back to the ‘Boat and play in the new Western States Hockey League.” Andrew, welcome back. We’re excited that you’ll be back playing at Howelsen Ice Arena, as a Steamboat Wrangler!
Chayo and Kody Goodwin
Please join us in welcoming the Goodwin brothers to the Steamboat Wranglers. Chayo and Kody Goodwin are coming to Steamboat from Hyrum, Utah. Chayo is a goalie who played U16 AAA for the Utah Junior Grizzlies, then joined Kody in Billings, Montana, to play in the NAHL. Kody, plays D, and also played U16 and U18 AAA for the West Coast Renegades. Both brothers played for the Breckenridge Bolts last season.
Kody writes, “I’m very excited to see what the season in Steamboat brings us. I see big potential for the upcoming team!”