Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Former V-Red Hennigar Signs in Victoria

Update:  Bill Hunt catches up with Rob Hennigar in Thursday's Daily Gleaner.

Naplesnews.com reports that former V-Reds forward Rob Hennigar has signed with the Victoria Salmon Kings of the ECHL.  Hennigar was enjoying a productive stint in the AHL with Albany last year, scoring 5 points in 6 games before falling victim to a season-ending wrist injury.

 

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was talking to Bill Hunt today and he's planning to have more info on Hennigar and some of the other grads in the Gleaner soon, maybe tomorrow?

David Kilfoil

Anonymous said...

ehhh,he sucked anyway....

Anonymous said...

How about some info in the Gleaner regarding UNB's new recruits.

Anonymous said...

What new recruits??

Anonymous said...

i havent seen anything posted yet

Anonymous said...

Sorry, potential new recruits. Hey, at this point in the year, I'll take any recruiting news UNB has to offer.

Anonymous said...

I am hearing Brian Woolger is transferring from Alberta to UNB to attend Grad School.
Woolger played on the Bears top two lines the last two seasons with the Bears mostly with CW MVP Chad Klassen and Derek Ryan.
He had 50 points in 52 Conference games during that time.
It was the belief of some around the Bears program that Woolger was really a third-liner miscast in a top-six role, and that 2008 University Cup MVP Ian MacDonald should have been on that line instead.
Woolger also scored a goal in the 2008 U. Cup final against the V-Reds.
Not sure he will make it into UNB's top six.

Stauffer

Bears said...

Yeah I hear they let Woolger into the Business Graduate Program without him having fulfilled the standard requirements - ie.) writing the GMAT. Sure says a lot about the academic integrity of the school. I am sure "regular" students will not be too pleased to hear this - another hockey player getting preferential treatment. I have not heard of this happening before at any other universities. Is UNB actually an accredited university??? I sure hope not. And if it is, it's academic reputation has just hit rock bottom. And as for Woolger's character, what a classless move. I could see if he wanted to go to graduate school and applied at the U of A and did not get in so he then try's UNB or if he wanted to go to a Grad Program that was considered superior to the U of A's as being legitimate. Neither of these reasons apply. The sole reason he left the U of A's program was merely due to the fact that he is a "true weenie" - heart and sole. Yeah most players on most teams have issues with their coaches, program, and school, but to sell out for these reasons is cowardly. His true character is finally revealed. What a sell out. Sure glad he's not part of the program anymore. Enjoy your Athabasca Online MBA Program equivalent degree.

Anonymous said...

This sounds like Hollywood drama... Only in Hollywood would a shady move like this transpire. No surprise here.