PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. – After a long and extensive search, the SJHL is proud to announce its next commissioner, Mr. Kyle McIntyre.
“Kyle McIntyre embodies everything that we were looking for in a commissioner and in a league, said Kyle Adamson, Chairman, SJHL Board of Governors.
“Passion, hard work, reliability, and desire to push our game to the next level,” added Adamson. “With a proven track record in his previous positions, we feel Mr. McIntyre was the best fit to implement our vision as a league. We look forward to working
with Kyle with the aim to push our league to a new level under his leadership.”
Adamson also provided: “We are grateful to have the leadership of Mr. Bill Chow for the next month to help with the transition and are pleased we have an opportunity to celebrate his previous 11 years as commissioner.”
“A big thank you to everyone involved in this process, and to all the candidates who showed their passion for the SJHL.”
“I look forward to collaborating with our 12 teams and their many volunteers, coaches and players to make the SJHL Canada’s premier junior hockey league,” McIntyre offered.
“Saskatchewan has a very strong minor hockey community and our AAA midget league is among the best in Canada. The continued growth and development of Saskatchewan players will be paramount. In collaboration with our governors and coaches, I am eager to continue to have our league known for its exceptional player development and its commitment to its players, its people and to its communities. “
McIntyre, a Saskatoon product, played U18 hockey with his hometown Contacts and Blazers before
playing four seasons in the SJHL with the both Swift Current and Yorkton.
He also served recently on the Board of Directors for the WHL’s Swift Current Broncos and Saskatchewan High School Athletics and was heavily involved in both minor hockey and minor baseball in Swift Current.
McIntyre holds a Master of Educational Administration and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Saskatchewan and recently retired after a 30-year career in education including the past 20 years in a senior leadership position.
McIntyre will be available for interviews Monday and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org will assume the
role fully June 1st.
Kyle Adamson can be reached at email@example.com