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Sean Kuehn
Position Goal
Glove Left
Birthdate February 23, 1995
Hometown Flower Mound, Texas
Billets Ian and Elaine Glendinning
Ht 5’11
Wt 170 lbs
Last Year’s Team Lloydminster Bobcats, AJHL
SAT Score 1950
High School Avg 110

The Virden Oil Capitals have shown signs of success during the month of November and Sean Kuehn has been a big reason for that. After being named the MJHL’s MGEU Goaltender of the Month, he has now been named the Oil Capitals MNP Player of the Month for the month of November.

During his eight starts in November, Kuehn posted a 6-2 record and a .918 save percentage to go along with a 2.86 goals against average. His efforts helped pace the team to a 7-3-2 record on the month and push them out of the lower third of the standings into fifth place and pressing for higher.

“We’re very proud of the way Sean has played as of late,” stated Head Coach and GM, Troy Leslie. “He (Kuehn) is giving us a chance to win every night and lately that has been the result we’ve been getting.”

Kuehn also received recognition earlier in the month from the league when he was named the MJHL’s Recycle Everywhere Player of the Week after posting wins over Swan Valley, Dauphin, and Neepawa.

2013 – 14 Season

Posted a 9-5-2 record in 16 games for the Bobcats in his rookie season…  Was acquired by the Oil Caps from the Melville Millionaires on Saturday, October 4…  Credited for his first career Junior A shut out on December 6, 2013 against the Drayton Valley Thunder making 23 saves in a 1-0 win.


Son of Paul and Tracy Kuehn … Played his midget hockey with the Carolina Junior Hurricanes where they lost in the finals of the Mac’s tournament in Calgary…  Aspires to play Division 1 college hockey and study mechanical engineering… Mentions that although he is from Texas, he does not live on a farm… Lists golfing and watching sports as his favourite hobbies away from the rink… Says that The Walking Dead is his favourite television show and that Jonathan Quick is his favourite pro athlete.