15 former CJHLers representing Canada in hockey at Winter Olympics

CALGARY, Alta. – With the 2018 Winter Olympic Games now underway, the world’s athletic focus is on PyeongChang, South Korea.

The women’s hockey tournament began earlier on Sunday while the men’s competition gets underway on Thursday.

In all there are 15 former Canadian Junior Hockey League players that are set to represent Canada at the Olympic Games.

On the men’s squad 14 CJHL alumni are set to suit up for Canada as they open up round robin play against Switzerland while our nation’s women’s squad also boast a CJHL alumna in goaltender Shannon Szabados.

The following is a list of those players along with the CJHL clubs and leagues they competed in.

Rene Bourque F Notre Dame Hounds SJHL
St. Albert Saints AJHL
Gilbert Brule F Quesnel Millionaires BCHL
Andrew Ebbett F Salmon Arm Silverbacks BCHL
Chay Genoway D Winkler Flyers MJHL
Vernon Vipers BCHL
Cody Goloubef D Milton Icehawks OJHL
Oakville Blades OJHL
Chris Kelly F Aurora Tigers OJHL
Vaughan Vipers OJHL
Brandon Kozun F Calgary Royals AJHL
Chris Lee D Orillia Terriers OJHL
Couching Terriers OJHL
Parry Sound Shamrocks OJHL
Eric O’Dell F Ottawa Jr. A Senators CCHL
Cumberland Grads CCHL
Mason Raymond F Camrose Kodiaks AJHL
Mat Robinson D Calgary Royals AJHL
Ben Scrivens G Drayton Valley Thunder AJHL
Calgary Canucks AJHL
Spruce Grove Saints AJHL
Karl Stollery D Camrose Kodiaks AJHL
Shannon Szabadoos G Sherwood Park Crusaders AJHL
Fort Saskatchewan Traders AJHL
Wojtek Wolski F St. Michael’s Buzzers OJHL