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.