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MJHL- In the System Series

New this season, in addition to the Manitoba Young Guns Series (Bantam Players), the Manitoba Junior Hockey League is going to highlight MJHL Midget Prospects in our MJHL-In the System Series. We will take a look at players who are currently listed by an MJHL team and look to be a big part of that team’s future.

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 MJHL-In the System Player Profile bi-weekly on the MJHL website and through MJHL social media platforms.

MJHL-In the System Player Profile | Cade Kowalski

Winkler Flyers Prospect

Position: Forward

Number: 18

Height: 5’11

Weight: 165

Hometown: Morden

Team: Pembina Valley Hawks

Cade is tied for the scoring lead for the Pembina Valley Hawks with 14 goals and 42 assists in 38 games played. He currently sits 4th in the Manitoba AAA Midget Overall League Scoring race and 1st in League assists.

Winkler Flyers Coach/General Manager Ken Pearson on Kowalski: “Cade is an intelligent player who sees the ice and uses his line mates well, he plays with an edge and has the skating ability to create offence off the rush. We have been able to have Cade play as an AP in 2 big games so far this season and he has played very well.”