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Kodiaks RBC Alumni Mason Raymond
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January 26 2011

Years as a Kodiak – 2003-05

All-Time Statistics – 112GP 66G 78A 144P

Awards/Honours – 2004-05 AJHL MVP

RBC Cup Appearances – 2005 (runner-up)

Statistics – 5GP 4G 6A 10P

Awards/Honours – Top Forward

NHL Draft – Vancouver 2005 (2nd round, 51st overall)

NHL Debut – vs. San Jose Sharks

Memories of the 2005 RBC Cup

"That was probably the most fun I've had playing hockey. It was my last year of junior and we had an outstanding team. We played very well and going to the RBC Cup, that was something that was pretty special. I remember thinking, 'wow, this game's on TSN,' and it's funny now looking back because a lot of games are on TSN.

"The RBC Cup is a pretty prestigious tournament for Junior A guys, it's a huge tournament and was a huge stepping stone for myself. I think I was really recognized there as a player and it helped me move forward in hockey."

Memories of Camrose

"I learned a lot not only on the ice, but off the ice, like how to live on my own; that was my first time being away from home. The biggest thing was playing more of a pro-like schedule and bringing it every day. It was the demand of what it can become and what it takes to be a player.”


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