The Calgary Canucks are proud to announce that Joel Paiement has committed to attend The College of St Scholastica in Duluth Minnesota.
Paiement, the Calgary Canucks team captain for the 2011-2012 season, is a 20 year old that played 175 total games played in the AJHL. He had 22 goals and 35 assist and totaled 185 penalty minutes in the 175 games played.
Joel’s determination and dedication to his studies and hockey, has paid off with the opportunity to play for The College of St. Scholastica Saints of the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association (NCHA) in the NCAA.
Founded in 1912, St. Scholastica places great importance on preparing its students for a life of purpose – as well as for economic gain – by emphasizing core values of the Benedictine tradition. Learning here entails a commitment to meeting rigorous academic standards, broadening the scope of one’s vision and becoming accountable to both self and society.
The Calgary Canucks organization is very proud of Joel and wishes him and his family all the best their future endeavors.
Joel Paiement is the fourth Calgary Canuck from the 2011-2012 season to commit to a post secondary hockey program.