Brady Keeper is the Most Valuable Player in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League this year! (Read more…)
In three full seasons with the OCN Blizzard, Keeper has played in 154 career games and has 51 goals, 79 assists for 130 points. With 3 games to play in the season Brady Keeper sits just 3 points back of Dale Warkentine as the OCN Blizzard all-time leading scorer by a Defenceman.
Keeper has been a steady rock on the back end for the OCN Blizzard and a big reason as to why the team has allowed just 144 goals this season, the third fewest in the MJHL.
According to eliteprospects.com Keeper currently sits 13th all-time in MJHL scoring by a Defenceman. He could finish as high as 9th by the time the season comes to an end.
To go along with leading the OCN Blizzard from the back end, Keeper was named the MJHL defenceman of the month from October.
The 20-year old Cross Lake, Manitoba born Defenceman has committed to play for the University of Maine Black Bears next season and has a bright future in the game of hockey. Congratulations Brady on the three major award honours!
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The MJHL announced this morning Brady has been named:
- League MVP
- Defenceman of the Year
- First Team All-star
Brady Keeper has been outstanding this season for the OCN Blizzard posting 22 goals, 23 assists for 45 points in just 45 games played.