Comrie Set to Continue Education and Hockey at MacEwan
The MacEwan Griffins announced today that Kelowna Rockets overage defenceman Sean Comrie has committed to their program for the 2021-22 season.
Comrie was limited to 35 games with the Rockets last season, picking up 3 goals and 14 assists. He suffered a shoulder injury that required season-ending surgery.
This year, Comrie has appeared in both of the Rockets games, posting two penalty minutes.
He was originally a second-round pick of the Brandon Wheat Kings in the 2015 WHL Draft. The Rockets acquired the Edmonton, Alta. products WHL playing rights from the Wheat Kings in May 2019.
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Kelowna Rockets defenceman Sean Comrie
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