(Photo Courtesy of Elliot Lake Wildcats)
Uxbridge’s Liam Blais is off to the University Wisconsin Superior Yellow Jackets playing in a Division 3 Collegiate program. Liam was a member of the Bruins in the 2012/13 and 2013/14 seasons before moving up to play with the Elliot Lake Wildcats the past two seasons of the Northern Ontario Hockey League. Congrats Liam from your Uxbridge Bruins family and continued success at the collegiate level.
You can read Randy Russon’s article here… http://www.hockeynewsnorth.com/nojhl/elliot-lake-wisconsin-superior/
your 2016/17 Bruins Executive
Pres Cam Stewart
Past Pres Vacant
Vice Pres Brian Evans
2nd Vice Pres Dale Catherwood
Secretary Wendy Locke
Treasurer Janet McGhee
Directors Elaine Cox, Dan Harding, Don Lyons, Peter Ovens, Ben Schell, Terry Sovie, (two vacant director positions)
Thank you Pat Keily, Ian Bell and Charlotte Truder for your time on the executive.
(Photo Courtesy Low and Low/Ashenhurst Family)
It is with great sadness that Bruins family learned of the passing of Roger Ashenhurst the first GM of what was then called the Uxbridge Dominion Auto Junior C hockey Club. Visitation and funeral arrangements can be seen at the following link provided by Low and Low funeral services.
ASHENHURST, Roger Spencer
December 27, 1933 – June 1, 2016
Passed away peacefully in his 83rd year, at Reachview Village Nursing Home, Uxbridge after a 20 year struggle with Multiple Sclerosis. Roger, the beloved husband of Doris for 58 years and loving father to the late Rodney (1998) and Steve (Charlotte). Cherished grandfather of Evan, Jeffrey, Clark (Maddi), Rachel, Nicole (Marty) and Jessica. Dear brother of the late Robert (Linda) and Carole (the late Al). Family and friends will be received for visitation at the Low and Low Funeral Home, 23 Main St. S., Uxbridge (905-852-3073) on Friday, June 3, 2016 from 6-8p.m. Funeral service will be held in the chapel on Saturday, June 4, 2016 at 1p.m. with visitation for 1 hour prior. Reception will follow, after which time Roger will be laid to rest in the Uxbridge Cemetery. In memory of Roger, please consider a donation to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.