Arrows bringing in some young talent

With regular season play right around the corner, Arrows assistant coach Bill Greer held a high intensity practice at the ILA. There will be some young talented rookies on this year’s team looking to repeat as Minto Cup champions. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By: Neil Becker Sports Reporter Tyler Foxe-Mackenzie feels ready in taking that next step. After spending a couple of seasons playing for the Six Nations Rebels, Foxe-Mackenzie, will be officially making that jump up this summer to the defending Minto Cup champions… the Six Nations Arrows. “I’m supposed to sign tonight,” Foxe-Mackenzie said following a recent practice. “I feel that I’m ready for it. This really means a lot and I’m pretty excited.” Known for his ruggedness Foxe-Mackenzie who dressed for three games this year with the Rebels where he registered two assists along with 37 penalty minutes, received some heavy praise from Arrows assistant coach Bill Greer. “Tyler is so athletic, tough and strong,” Greer said. “He is doing everything we’ve asked of him and we’re really impressed with…

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