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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 | Brett Namaka

Neepawa Natives Prospect

Position: Forward

Number: 7

Height:  6’

Weight:  175

Hometown:  Winnipeg

Team: Winnipeg Wild

Brett is the Captain of the Winnipeg Wild in the Manitoba AAA Midget League and currently sits eighth in League Scoring with 16 goals and 18 assists in 26 games.

Neepawa Natives General Manager Myles Cathcart on Namaka:  “Brett is a two-way forward, very good skater and plays with passion every game.  His Hockey IQ is extremely high and he is a leader on and off the ice.  He is a well rounded and complete hockey player”