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Dragons’ Bergman commits to Queen’s University

 

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The Drumheller Dragons would like to congratulate Colin Bergman on his recent commitment to Queen’s University for the 2010-11 season.

Bergman, a 1989-born, 6’0”, 175 pound centre from Calgary, Alberta, recently completed his third season with the Dragons, retiring as Captain of the team.  

 


Colin tallied 13 goals and 25 assists along with 25 penalty minutes in 47 games played for the Dragons this year.  He finished tied for the team lead in scoring and was named the Outstanding Academic Athlete of the 2009-10 Dragons squad.

“I’m extremely thrilled to be playing for Queen’s next year,” comments Bergman.  “It’s going to be a great opportunity for me both athletically and academically. Much thanks to the Dragons organization.  Over the last three years they have helped me develop both on and off the ice, which has led me to this unique chance to play at a world class school.”

Dragons’ educational director, Dave Wood, adds, “Colin is extremely deserving of this opportunity.  During his time as a Dragon he has been an impactful player, a tremendous citizen, a loyal friend and Teammate, a trusted leader and an exemplary student-athlete.  We couldn’t be happier for him and we are looking forward to watching his continued growth as he begins the next chapter of his life in the CIS.”

Brett Gibson, head coach at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, echoed Mr. Wood’s sentiment, saying, “We are very happy that Colin has chosen to pursue his education and hockey career here at Queens.  Colin is an exceptional student athlete and will have every opportunity to excel on the ice.”

 

 

 


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