Hockey season is winding up across the continent, and players from Portage have been involved for plenty of organizations.


Dean Stewart wrapped up his third season with the Manitoba Moose, scoring 5 points in 35 games.

Dawson Barteaux, who came to the Moose in the off-season, got into 45 games and added 19 points from the blueline.

Ben McCartney filled his time playing with the Tuscon Roadrunners this season, his third full year in Arizona, where he played 46 games and 22 points.


In the ECHL, Lynden McCallum returned to action after missing the last calendar year due to shoulder injuries. Joining the Idaho Steelheads, he put up 11 points in 22 games.

Max Neill made the jump to the ECHL level after wrapping up his season at the University of Waterloo. He scored 2 points in 18 games with the Utah Grizzlies.


Reilly Funk played 17 games in his third season at North Michigan University, scoring 4 points.

Owen Murray completed his second season at the University of Massachusetts, getting into 31 games and scoring 9 points.

Danika Botterill wrapped up her first season at the University of New Hampshire, scoring 2 goals in 25 games.

Logan Calder played his second season at Salve Regina University, where he notched 24 points in 28 games.


Kian Calder, Logan's younger brother, completed his first season at the University of Manitoba, scoring 4 points in 20 games.

Brandon McCartney attended York University for his first year of post-secondary schooling, where he played 19 games and added 5 points.

Max Neill (mentioned above) scored 19 points in 25 games at the University of Waterloo.

Oceane Asham played 25 games at Mount Allison University, where she added 17 points.


Joey Moffat and Minot State's hopes of back-to-back championships were ended with a quarterfinal loss to Ohio. Moffat scored 28 points in 33 games.

Ava Matthews-McCulley ended her second season at Midland University with 3 points in 27 games.


Rylan Gould averaged a point a game in the WHL with the Swift Current Broncos, putting up 68 in an equal number of games.

Ben Saunderson put up a career best 31 points in 67 games with the Saskatoon Blades.

Carter Sotheran added 40 points in 66 games with the Portland Winterhawks.

Carson Bjarnason led the Brandon Wheat Kings to the post-season with a record of 24-17-4, with a 3.01 GAA and .907% save percentage.


Ryan Botterill moved to Youngstown, where he joined the Phantoms and put up 55 points in 58 games.


Riley Borody wrapped up his season with the Kam River Fighting Walleye, where he had 44 points in 37 games.