The Cowichan Capitals are excited to announce the commitment of 18 year old defenceman Daron Cyr for the 2020/2021 season! Cyr, from Sturgeon County, Alberta comes to the Capitals from the Fort Saskatchewan Rangers program in the Alberta Elite Hockey League. Cyr finished the 2019/2020 season with 5 goals and 10 assists in 29 games, second among Rangers D-men and 7th on the team in scoring. In the prestigious MACs Major Midget tournament in Calgary, Cyr scored a goal and two assists in 4 games.
“I’m very excited to play for the Capitals this upcoming season. I’ve always been interested to play in the BCHL. I would like to thank Geoff (Grimwood) for the opportunity and I look forward to contributing to the overall success of the team this season” said Cyr.
Over two seasons in Fort Saskatchewan, Cyr totalled 29 points in 62 games, and also suited up for his first junior hockey games in the AJHL. In the 2018/2019 season Cyr played 4 games with the Spruce Grove Saints recording 2 assists, and last season he played 3 games with the Sherwood Park Crusaders.
“We are really excited to add a player of Daron’s character and ability. He is a strong, two way, puck moving defensemen with a lot of potential to grow into a quality BCHL defensemen. His character, leadership, and work ethic are off the charts and Daron is exactly the type of player we want coming into the Capitals dressing room” said Capitals Head Coach Geoff Grimwood.
Welcome to the Cowichan Valley Daron!
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