In case you missed the game last night we invited fans to stay after the game to help celebrate the accomplishments of our Virden Oil Capitals!!
Twin Valley Coop Three Star Award presented by Jed Quoquat – #23 Nolan Chastko
CIBC Most Sportsmanlike Player Award presented by Shelby Rampton – #10 Joey Bielik & #27 Josh Lehto
The Gardewine Hardest Working Player presented by Head Coach & GM Tyson Ramsey on behalf of Gardewine – #19 Brody Wilson
Silverline Oilfield Services Rookie of the Year Award presented by Cade Scharff – #23 Nolan Chastko
Still Water Adventures Most Valuable Player Award presented by Bryce Galbraith – #17 Colten Miller & #7 David Bielik
Followed by a small ceremony to spotlight our 5 graduating players!! #2 Bray Rookes, #22 Andrew Blocker, #17 Colten Miller, #13 Davis Chorney, & #19 Brody Wilson!!
#2 Bray Rookes

Bray has spent his entire junior career as a member of the Oil Caps. He has played in an impressive 179 career games and has 32 points along with 330 penalty minutes. Bray plays hard every night and has been playing his very best hockey down the stretch this season. Bray has been a great leader and role model for our young players and he has absolutely left a legacy with the Oil Caps.


on a great junior career Bray, you will be missed and we wish you all the best!

#13 Davis Chorney

This is Davis’s first season with the Oil Caps after spending 3 years in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. He has played in 162 career junior games and this season has been by far his best offensively where he has 14 goals and 14 assists for 28 points and 139 penalty minutes. Davis has provided leadership and toughness to a younger group this season and we wish him all the best moving forward.



#17 Colten Miller

Colten has also spent his entire junior career with the Oil Caps. In 106 career games, he has 23 goals and 33 assists for 56 points and 123 penalty minutes. Colten is consistently one of the hardest-working players on the ice and willed himself to a great junior career. He has been a key contributor in all situations and his work ethic and leadership on and off the ice will be greatly missed.


Colten on a great junior career and good luck!

#19 Brody Wilson

Brody came to the Oil Caps from the Nipawin Hawks just prior to the trade deadline last season and in his short time here has certainly left his mark. He is hands down one of the hardest working players on and off the ice in the league and his work in the community has been second to none. Brody has played in 124 career games and has scored 25 goals and added 21 assists for 46 points. Brody’s character and leadership will be sorely missed.


Brody and good luck to you moving forward!

#22 Andrew Blocker

Andrew came to the Oil Caps in the off-season in a trade from the Kindersley Klippers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. He has played in 94 career junior games spending time in Portage, La Ronge, and Kindersley, and in those 94 games has scored 17 goals and 16 assists for 32 points along with 104 penalty minutes. Andrew is a high-energy player and is one of the fastest skaters on the team. He has scored some big goals for the Oil Caps this season and his character on and off the ice will be missed.

Congrats on a great career Andrew and we wish you all the best moving forward.