DRYDEN GM ICE DOGS JR. A HOCKEY CLUB
Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017
Photo credit: Michael Christianson, Dryden Observer
GM Ice Dogs’ McPhail off to college in B.C.
Dryden, Ont. –– Dryden GM Ice Dogs’ forward and captain, Derek McPhail has committed to the Selkirk College Saints hockey program in Nelson, B.C. where he will be joining teammate Patrick Zubick.
The 21-year-old from Kaministiquia, Ont. played five seasons with the GM Ice Dogs, playing his rookie year in 2013-14.
Over his career with the Dryden GM Ice Dogs, McPhail played 168 regular season games and registered 74 goals, 115 assists for a total of 189 points.
In five seasons of playoff action, McPhail played 36 games and accumulated 14 goals, 15 assists for a total of 29 points.
In March of 2017 McPhail’s number 21 was retired by the Dryden GM Ice Dogs and hangs proudly at the Dryden Memorial Arena in recognition of McPhail’s performance on the ice along with his outstanding contribution off the ice to the City of Dryden.
The Dryden GM Ice Dogs’ organization wishes Derek McPhail all the best in this new chapter of his life.