Kurt Keats from Winnipeg helped UMass Minutemen qualify for the national semifinals

Kurt Keats from Winnipeg helped UMass Minutemen qualify for the national semifinals

A famous Winnipegger Kurt Keats helped the University of Massachusetts Minutemen got to Frozen Four.

Next week thanks to him, the team will face the University of Denver Pioneers. This will be the first Frozen Four both for UMass Minutemen and for Keats and it will definitely be a tough challenge for them all.

Keats is the only player who has left after the coach changed. In the first year under coach Carvel, the team won five games. And last year, the team won 17 games. The next season should bring even greater victories because the results speak for themselves.

Kurt Keats also has the role of a leader in the team, as he is almost the most senior player. However, he says that the team as a whole is very strong and there are other worthy guys in addition to him.  

Recall that he used to play for the Winnipeg Monarchs and the Winnipeg Wild. After that, he was traded to the BCHL’s Powell River Kings, but the guy always remembers playing hockey in Winnipeg. His memories are the most pleasant.

We can only wish this guy from Winnipeg good luck and new victories in future games!

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