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Blues’ alumni Wowryk committed to Minot State

Former Winnipeg Blues’ forward Adam Wowryk is the latest MJHLer to commit to NCAA hockey program. Wowryk, 21, will be joining Minot State Beavers.

“Adam is a highly skilled, 200 foot forward,” Beavers’ Head Coach Wade Regier said in a statement. “Wade is a player who brings a ton of success both in season and in the

playoffs to our program. Adam is a player we expect to step in right away as a freshman and make an impact. We lost a couple offensive players to graduation this past year

so it was extremely important we filled a need with a player like Adam.

“As a player who has worn letters the past couple of seasons, we expect Adam to be a leader off the ice as well.”

Wowryk, who hails from Winnipeg, recorded 41 points (18-23) in 57 games last season for the Blues. He also played in the MJHL for Portage and Selkirk.

Recently, former Blue Rhett Lough also committed to Minot State.