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Manitoba Young Guns Series Player Profile – Calder Anderson

New this season, the Manitoba Junior Hockey League is going to be highlighting upcoming MJHL Prospects from each minor hockey association that supports an MJHL organization along with Brandon and Thompson.

The Prospects to be profiled are Bantam aged players born in 2002 and are eligible to be drafted in the upcoming 2017 MJHL Draft held annually in June.

The players chosen are all exceptional kids both on-and-off the ice and all have bright futures in the game of hockey.  

Follow along and share as we release a new Manitoba Young Guns Profile bi-weekly on our website and through our social media platforms.

Manitoba Young Guns Series Player Profile – Calder Anderson

Hometown: Brandon, MB
Height: 5’7
Weight: 155
Position: C/LW
Number: 10
Shoots: L
Team: Brandon AAA Bantam Wheat Kings
Minor Hockey Association: Hockey Brandon

What kind of player are you? I would say that I am a skilled 2-way player.  I feel that I have good vision and work ethic.
Interests/Hobbies: Golf, Training. fishing

Achievements (sport and/or academically): Made the final of the Quebec National Pee Wee Tournament, was selected as an all-star for the minor bantam season.

What are your hockey goals for the future?  I would like to have a solid season this year as a bantam.  I would then like to focus on making the AAA midget Wheat Kings.

Assistant Coach Dave Lewis on Calder:  Calder Anderson is one of the hardest working and most competitive kids I have ever worked with.  Over the last 4 years he has continually worked at improving his skating and puck skills and combined with his exceptional hockey IQ, he has become an exceptional hockey player. He is a natural born leader who supports his teammates and leads by example.  He has been a treat to work with. He’s a great player but even a better person.  I fully expect Calder to play at the higher levels of hockey in the future.