21 Years Old
Born: March 2, 1997
Hometown: Lethbridge, AB
Logan was continuously active with a lively imagination and loved to learn, ask questions, explore, and feed his inquiring, creative mind. Sports were always a huge part of his life as he participated in hockey, rugby, badminton, soccer, and curling growing up and was keen to try out new activities. His last three hockey seasons were played in the Saskatchewan Junior ‘A’ Hockey League. Logan began as a Kindersley Klipperand continued the majority of his career with the Humboldt Broncos. He planned to attend the University of Lethbridge in the fall of 2018, following the footsteps of his parents and sister, with his goal to be an educator like his parents. Logan wanted to give back to his community through volunteering, involvement, coaching, and teaching, after receiving so much from others.
In the summer of 2017, a family friend and mentor to Logan, donated his organs after passing away due to brain trauma. It was his story that inspired Logan to sign up to be an organ donor. This was Logan’s final selfless act.
Logan always wanted to be defined as more than just a hockey player. He was a devoted family member, a best friend, a student, a teammate, a leader, an organizer, an overall wonderful human being, and yes, also a hockey player. Logan was a creative soul, who loved adventures in his own backyard, across Canada, and around the world. He was a quiet, caring, thoughtful guy, who never failed to light up the room with his quick wit and humour.