Six Nations overager commences final junior season with Toronto Jr. Canadiens

Six Nations’ Brenden Anderson is toiling with the Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Toronto Jr. Canadiens this season. (Photo by OJHL Images)

By Sam Laskaris Writer Brenden Anderson has dropped down a level for his final season of junior hockey eligibility. But the 20-year-old Six Nations member is still doing his best to impress as he still plans to move up in the hockey world. Anderson, a 6-foot-6, 210-pound forward, had spent the bulk of the past two seasons in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). He joined the then Hamilton Bulldogs, a franchise which has since relocated to Brantford, during the 2021-22 campaign. And then after starting last season with the Bulldogs he was traded to the Sarnia Sting. Anderson, however, didn’t even bother reporting to the Sting camp this year. That’s because he would have been one of 11 overage players (those who are 20 and in their final season of…

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