VEES SCOUTING REPORT
Last name: Kaeden Street
Weight: 170 pounds
âLaner is a student of the game. He watches everything on the ice, aware of player tendencies and the overall play of the game. Add to that his natural athleticism and relaxed personality, and you have a very reliable and consistent goalkeeper. After setting a 15-1 (W / L) record with an eye-catching 1.13 GAA, Kaeden was aptly named the top goalie and MVP of âPenticton Podâ. Obviously, we expect Laner to be one of the best goalies in BCHL this season.
Lane apologizes for responding later than expected to this interview request.
“Friends of mine in New Westminster managed to fight over a tee time (Lane does summer practice there), and they’re so hard to find here, I just couldn’t say no,” he said. -he declares.
That day, he just shot a 1-over 73; yes, he is a scratch golfer. But you have to force that on him.
âWhen I was younger I had to decide early on whether to focus on golf or hockey. I have participated in several tournaments in the United States and have had the opportunity to settle there and focus on golf, but hockey won the day. Now I just play golf for fun.
Grand Forks is home to Lane (his golf course is Christina Lake Golf Club, where he recently lost the club championship suddenly), and he loves it.
âI love the outdoors, I’m really not a city guy. Grand Forks had so much to offer growing up, whether it was skiing, hockey or golf, but it’s smaller, and for hockey we had to make the choice to move when I was 13.
Lane credits his parents to where he is today: âI am an only child and my parents wanted the best for me. They wanted me to have more options (hockey and life) than Grand Forks could, so we moved to New Westminster during my Bantam and Midget hockey years so I could join the Burnaby Winter Club. I am very fortunate to have received so much support from them. “
RECENT HOCKEY HIGHLIGHTS
âUntil now, winning the Western Canadian Championships in Bantam with BWC has been so rewarding – back then it was like winning the Stanley Cup for us. Our core group worked hard together for two years, and it was pretty amazing to see it come to fruition, and it was really important to me that my grandpa was there to see it.
âLast season the highlight was our first game of the pod season. We had worked so hard and practiced diligently in the hope that we could play again. There was so much waiting in the locker room; so much energy that we were finally going to play hockey again.
BE A VE
âLiving in such a beautiful city, with amazing fans, makes it such a great experience. Plus, being in a city so close to where I grew up allows family to come and watch, which in the past couldn’t. It’s a great place to play hockey!
The Vees begin their 2021/22 season on October 8 against Vernon. Season tickets for the upcoming campaign are now available with ticket packages available for as low as $ 9 per game. Contact Laura Carleton at 250-493-8337 ext. 4 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.