Pair of Bobcats Commit to Okanagan College

The Lloydminster Jr. ‘A’ Bobcats Hockey Association is pleased to announce that forward Steve Dobbin and defenceman Cory Hodgins have committed to the Okanagan College Coyotes Men’s Hockey program for the 2011/12 British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League season.

Dobbin, from Medicine Hat, AB, is a veteran of three seasons in the Alberta Junior Hockey League, where he captained the Bobcats in his final campaign while scoring six goals and 10 points in 30 games. His career AJHL totals include 33 goals and 86 points from 151 games,
highlighted by a 46-point year with the Brook Bandits in 2009/10.

Hodgins, from Kyle, SK, joined the Bobcats early in the 2010/11 season following two-plus seasons with the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Nipawin Hawks where he wore the C. He scored 10 times and added 10 assists in 35 games with Lloydminster and totaled 22 goals and 39 assists in 159 Junior A games.

“It is great to see Steve and Cory go to such a strong hockey program,” says Bobcats head coach and general manager Brian Curran. “They are very deserving and I believe they will bring gret leadership and character to Okanagan College. It was a pleasure coaching both players and I wish them all the best.”