Baker named OHA Edmonton captain

Sep 24, 2015

Josh_Baker.jpgOkanagan Hockey Academy Edmonton announced Thursday that forward Josh Baker has been named the programs inaugural captain.

Baker, 15, is an Edmonton, AB product and a Swift Current Broncos draft pick.

"He's shown awesome leadership skills both by example and by attitude towards his teammates," said OHA Edmonton Head Coach and General Manager, Randall Weber.

OHA Edmonton is coming off a weekend split with Edge School in exhibition action, and will now get set for their Canadian Sport School Hockey League debuts as they travel to Banff for a Prep Division Showcase starting Friday.



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