20 Years Old
Born: September 16, 1997
Hometown: Allan, SK
Logan grew up in Allan until, at the age of fifteen, hockey took him to Martensville to play for the Beardy’s Blackhawks. Blackhawks. In his Bantam year he was drafted by the Kootenay ice of the WHL. Soon after, Logan was called up to play for the Humboldt Broncos as an underage player. Logan remained with the Bronco family for the next four years, two and a half in which he was honoured as the team captain. He accomplished his goal this year which was to become one of the top point leaders in the league. He had 85 points as a 20 year old to finish 2nd in the league. Ball hockey was another one of Logan’s passions; it took him all over the country along with overseas, where he represented Team Canada. His local team in Saskatoon was the Rotten Donkeys, and he loved to play against his older brother’s team. Logan also represented Saskatchewan at Men’s Ball Hockey Nationals with the Saskatoon Buffalo.
When Logan was off the ice, he excelled in track and field and was known for being a stylish guy. He frequently wore bow ties on game day, including a baby blue one. He also loved golfing, working out in the gym, being the life of the party (he was the beer pong champion), and at a young age, he even experimented in dance. Logan was a born leader who lit up every room with a smile and a hug. His loud, contagious laughter filled any space and often got him into trouble. He was a kind-hearted role model who motivated young athletes to pursue their dreams. Above all, family meant everything to Logan. The five siblings share a special bond, and his presence will be forever missed, but never forgotten.