Column: Sam Laskaris – BEHIND THE ACTION

Brenden Anderson (Photo courtesy Sarnia Sting)

By Sam Laskaris, Writer Brenden Anderson realizes he has already achieved what will more than likely be the highlight of his junior hockey career. But the 19-year-old Six Nations member is still hoping for some more on-ice glory this spring. Anderson’s Ontario Hockey League (OHL) experiences began on a bit of a downer last season. He was unable to crack the roster of the Kitchener Rangers, the squad that had drafted him two years earlier. His fortunes started to improve, however, when the Hamilton Bulldogs acquired his OHL playing rights in October of 2021 from the Rangers. Shortly afterwards Anderson discovered that he was indeed good enough to suit up for an OHL franchise. And a pretty good one to boot. The Bulldogs continued to make changes bolstering their lineup…

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