Mike Brodeur
February 10, 2011

Years as a Kodiak – 2001-03
All-Time Statistics – 72GP 41W 25L 3T 2.76GAA 3SO
Awards/Honours – 2003 AJHL Playoff MVP

RBC Cup Appearances – 2003 (runner-up)
Statistics – 5GP 3W 2L 2.02GAA 0SO
Awards/Honours – Top Goaltender

NHL Draft – Chicago 2003 (7th round, 211th overall)
NHL Debut – vs. Minnesota Wild (with Ottawa)

Memories of the 2003 RBC Cup

“I think the biggest thrill for a lot of us was just getting to go to Prince Edward Island, to get to fly to the East Coast. It was such an unbelievable experience, the people were so friendly and everyone took real good care of us. The best part was getting to do it as a team – it really was like one big family and every day was a new adventure. And winning Top Goaltender, for me, was pretty amazing.”

Memories of Camrose

“It’s such a great city, with amazing fans. The people were so great to us players; it made it a fun place to play. (Head coach/GM) Boris (Rybalka) runs a tight ship – it’s easy to just focus on the game and play, and that’s what makes it such a successful organization. I could not recommend a better place to play if you want to play Junior A hockey.”

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Hockey Canada


2017-18 NWU18T: CAN 5 – RUS 1 (Bronze Medal)
Guay scored once and added two assists, helping Canada to bronze.
2017-18 NWU18T: USA 4 – CAN 3 SO (Semifinal)
Adzija had a goal and an assist, but Canada fell short in a shootout.
2017-18 NWT: CAN 3 – FLA 2 (League)
Rougeau and Nurse had 1G 1A each, and Canada hung on for the win.
2017-18 NWU18T: CAN 3 – CZE 1 (Quarter-final)
Slobodzian scored the GWG on the PP to send Canada to the semifinals.