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More Canadian Craziness! - Junior Hockey News
Published: Thursday, 12 Jul 2012
By: Kirk Peck
"I'm thrilled to be joining the JuniorHockey.com team" was how my self-interview commenced. Yes, it was a slow news day...
My name is Kirk Peck and I live, eat and breathe hockey in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. I currently scout for a local Jr. B team as well as various other organisations - including NCAA and CIS.
As a scout, it is my duty to relentlessly patrol hockey rinks looking for talent. The Western Hockey League, British Columbia Hockey League and all other levels of junior hockey is where I dwell. Helping organisations find players to fill rosters while potentially "discovering" the next amazing player is all the motivation I will ever need.
I hope to bring you, the reader, along for the ride.
...as the self-interview neared an end I couldn't resist but point out the fact that people who talk to themselves are often referred to as insane. Kirk, challenging me in the mirror with a coy smile, replied "Have you ever met a hockey fan that wasn't?"
We are putting together one heck of a stable of writers...welcome to the team Kirk.
- what leagues will you mainly be covering
Welcome to the team, Kirk!
posted Jul. 13th, 2012 - 5:35pm
Kirk Peck says:
All, thanks for the kind words. Mainly BCHL and VIJHL with some WHL contents as well...
whats your thoughts on USA kids playing BCHL versus USHL or NAHL.??
posted Jul. 24th, 2012 - 12:09pm
Kirk Peck says:
I am all for the best players playing in the best leagues. Unfortunately, numerous factors have a way of determining who plays where...
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