Lloydminster, AB – The Lloydminster Bobcats organization would like to thank Assistant Coach Brady Bakke for his time with the organization in the Border City and wish him the most success moving forward. Bakke, who joined the organization in the offseason of 2019 was chosen as new staff moving forward in a specific direction. The team was invested in rebuilding with a foundation for success and Brady contributed to the cultural shift and team growth.
“We take great pride as an organization not only moving players forward but also staff. Brady’s growth as a coach over the course of the last two seasons was fun to watch. When he arrived in Lloydminster it was his first experience coaching junior hockey. We talk often about how we want our athletes to develop not only on the ice but off the ice as well, it was the same for Brady,” stated Bobcats Head Coach & GM Nigel Dube. “We wish Brady all the best as he moves forward in his career and thank him for his time as a Bobcat!”
The Lloydminster Bobcats were denied permission to Return to Play in the Alberta Junior Hockey League by the Saskatchewan Government, a part of being in a border community which is under the jurisdiction of the SK Government during the pandemic. The Bobcats staff continue with the focus being put on the Prospects Camp currently scheduled for June 11-13.
A search for a new Assistant Coach has begun and any candidates looking to put their name forward are asked to send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.