DePourcq to join Denver Pioneers after junior

Penticton Vees rookie Cody DePourcq has just secured his hockey future with the University of Denver Pioneers.

  • Nov. 22, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Penticton Vees rookie Cody DePourcq has just secured his hockey future with the University of Denver Pioneers.

The Vees made the announcement today regarding the 16-year-old. DePourcq joins Beau Bennett and Joey Laleggia who currently play for the Pioneers.

“The Pioneers are getting one of the most courageous players I’ve ever

coached,” said Vees coach-GM Fred Harbinson. “I have had the pleasure of being involved with the development of Cody Depourcq over the past few seasons.  Cody started as an AP player in his 15-year-old season and is now contributing to our strong start as one of the most exciting 16-year-olds in the BCHL.”

The Penticton native has scored three goals and has 11 points in 23 games. Check the Penticton Western New’s Friday edition for more.

 

 

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