Warriors Top Goalie, Brody Willms, Out for Season
Your Moose Jaw Warriors received some unfortunate news today. Starting goalie, Brody Willms will not be able to play in the 2018-19 WHL season.
Willms was a key contributor in the Warriors' outstanding 2017-18 season. The team was the regular season champion for the first time in club history before falling in a heartbreaking seven game series to the eventual champion Swift Current Broncos.
Willms played 54 games with the Warriors, winning 37 games, which is actually the team's single season record. He had a goals-against average of .300 and an .898 save percentage.
Warriors' GM, Alan Millar, said that Willms is a "quality young man and we're disappointed for him that his injury will cost him his 20 Year old season. Brody has been a pro during his time with our hockey club and we wish him the best in dealing with his injury and in his future endeavours. He will always be a Warrior."
Rough news. Willms' days on the ice as a Warrior are probably over.
Adam Evanoff will likely take over duties as the club's #1 goalkeeper and the impressive-but-inexperienced Ethan Fitzgerald is currently on the active roster as well.
Tickets for regular season games are now available at the Warriors Office