Saskatchewan Development Model Scholarship Winners Announced for 2021-22 Season

Sep

09

By Hockey Saskatchewan

REGINA, Sask. – Hockey Saskatchewan announced on Sept. 9, 2022, that a total of 24 players have been selected for Saskatchewan Development Model (SDM) Scholarships from the 2021-22 season.

The game of hockey provides many teachable moments and some equally valuable life lessons within the rink. In addition to these on-ice experiences, Hockey Saskatchewan and SDM Partners recognize the importance of a strong educational foundation and bestow academic scholarships to members who meet the application criteria.

The SDM Partners (Hockey Saskatchewan; Saskatchewan Male Under-18 AAA Hockey League; Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League; and the Western Hockey League) award twenty-four (24) $1,000.00 scholarships annually to members of the Hockey Saskatchewan registered at the U18 AAA and/or Junior A Level (one (1) per each SMU18AAAHL and SJHL team).

Congratulations to the following Hockey Saskatchewan members who have been awarded 2021-22 SDM Scholarships:

SJHL Team

Recipient

Hometown

Battlefords North Stars

Ryland McNinch

Turtleford

Estevan Bruins

Eric Pearce

Regina

Flin Flon Bombers

Rylan Thiessen

Brandon, Man.

Humboldt Broncos

Landen Stromme

Choiceland

Kindersley Klippers

Jaxon Georget

Kindersley

La Ronge Ice Wolves

Liam McInnis

Regina

Melville Millionaires

Noah Wills

Swift Current

Melfort Mustangs

Tye Sherger

Macklin

Nipawin Hawks

Cole Beamin

Saskatoon

Notre Dame Hounds

Philip Fath

Moosomin

Weyburn Red Wings

Dazza Mitchell

Regina

Yorkton Terriers

Parker Jasper

Regina

 

SMU18AAAHL Team

Recipient

Hometown

Battlefords Stars

Nate Manchuk

Battleford

Estevan Bears

Ayden Lamarre

Gull Lake

Moose Jaw Warriors

Jackson Allan

Davidson

Notre Dame Hounds

Andrew Altwasser

Yellow Grass

Regina Pat Canadians

McLaren Paulsen

Humboldt

Prince Albert Mintos

Jacob Cossette

Air Ronge

Saskatoon Blazers

Liam Rodman

Saskatoon

Saskatoon Contacts

Seth Dragan

Saskatoon

Swift Current Legionnaires

Matthew Ripplinger

Regina

Tisdale Trojans

Cody Wilson

Archerwill

Warman Wildcats

Jordan Normand

Warman

Yorkton Maulers

Dryden Jeannot

Regina

Players may attend any credited post-secondary institution or career-enhancing program of their choice, including trade schools or professional career training programs in Canada. In the case of players who have played and earned education benefits from the WHL, the SDM benefits shall be in addition to the WHL benefits and shall revert to WHL criteria.

The 2021-22 season serves as the 12th year of the SDM Scholarship Program. Established on a Saskatchewan-wide basis in 2010-11, over 160 scholarships have been awarded, representing an investment of over $162,000 by Hockey Saskatchewan/SDM Partners.

The SDM Scholarship Fund was created with $250,000 of the profits from the 2010 World Junior Hockey Championships hosted by Saskatoon/Regina.

CLICK HERE for more details about SDM Scholarship applicant criteria ahead of the 2022-23 season and school year.

Congratulations once again to all scholarship recipients for your hard work both in the classroom and on the ice!

Shaping Character for Life… More Than a Game.


About HOCKEY SASKATCHEWAN

Hockey Saskatchewan was established in 1912 and is the governing body for organized hockey in the Province of Saskatchewan. With a mission to Lead, Develop and Promote Positive Hockey Experiences, Hockey Saskatchewan encourages competition at all levels – from recreational to high performance. Hockey Saskatchewan has grown through the years and is Saskatchewan’s largest sports organization with over 43,000 members comprised of players, coaches, and officials. For more information, please visit www.hockeysask.ca or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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