It was a mark of consistency, durability and dedication when forward Kory Chisholm was honoured for setting a new benchmark in all-time games played with the Lloydminster Bobcats this past weekend.
Chisholm broke former player Kris Wiebe’s record with his 245th game this past Friday in St. Albert. The team then took the time to honour the achievement with a pre-game ceremony at home on Saturday.
“Any guy who plays five years in the game of hockey, with the longevity of the game that he’s played, and he plays with his heart and soul every time he plays the game, and his heart is as big as this arena,” said Bobcats head coach Brian Curran. “I wish God blessed him with a little nicer hands once in a while because he’d have 100 points every year.”