The Bancroft Rockhounds are proud to announce the re signing of 2000 F Lucas Timm for the 2020/2021 season. The 6’5 power forward Timm finished 5th in team scoring with 25 points (10g, 15a) while establishing himself as one of the top defensive forwards in the league.
The Bancroft Rockhounds are proud to announce the re signing of 2001 F David Gajdac for the 2020/2021 season.
Gajdac is coming off a 20 point (9g, 11a) rookie season in 38 games. The 6’0” winger brings speed and offensive ability to the lineup. Gajdac is set for a breakout season and is expected to play a big role for the Rockhounds.
The Bancroft Rockhounds are proud to announce the re signing of 2000 David Orlando for the 2020/2021 season.
The Michigan native has decided to make Bancroft his home in the off-season and is living and working locally. His signing is an expected and welcome one. “David’s willingness to make the transition from forward to defence improved the teams puck moving ability and depth” added Director of Hockey Operations, Jamie Eastman. “Speed and noticeable skating skills allow him to join the rush and play defensively responsible”.
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The Bancroft Rockhounds are proud to announce the re signing of 2001 G Addison Zeich for the 2020/2021 season.
“The town of Bancroft was extremely welcoming to our team last year and I felt I developed a ton as a hockey player” said Addison on his return to the Rockhounds. “I feel staying with Bancroft will be an exciting step in furthering my junior career”.
The Colorado native started in 10 games for the Rockhounds last season and is a favourite among players, staff and fans.
“Addison is a quick goaltender with high hockey intelligence” said head coach Denny Dubblestyne. “He will bring a strong leadership role to the locker room and lead by example with intense work ethic in practice”.
Welcome back Addison!!!
The Bancroft Rockhounds are proud to announce the re signing of 2001 Griff Eden-Parish for the 2020/2021 season.
Eden-Parish will be entering his third year of hockey in Canada and second with the Rockhounds. “His love of hockey is apparent at all times and is contagious in the locker room” said General Manager Alex Magi.
He enjoys all aspects of the hockey season, from the longest road trip to the team events in the community. Griff has high drive and commitment to improve all aspects of the game which is obvious from his intensity at practice. “Our expectations of Griff are high for the upcoming season. His defensive skills are an asset and we are confident he will contribute offensively” added Director of Hockey Operations Jamie Eastman.