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Tibbatts looking forward to playing for hometown team

There’s nothing like getting drafted to your hometown team. Even if Bo Tibbatts isn’t from Waywayseecappo, the Foxwarren product, still says being auto-protected by the Wolverines gives him the same feeling.

“I’ve been to a few Wolverines games in the past, and I’m glad that I was able to get picked before the draft, especially since it is a so-called hometown team for myself,” says Tibbatts. “I’m very excited.”

Bo played for the Major Pratt Trojans in the Westman High School Hockey League this past season, tallying 38 goals and 37 assists in 42 games. He was second on his team in scoring, and 3rd in the league.

The Trojans finished second in the league, and were able to skate away with a Championship at the end of the season.

“We all worked really good together, and it led to a Championship this season,” says Tibbatts. “Very fun season for all of us.”

Tibbatts says he is very offensive and likes to shoot the puck. He is also a good skater, and can be a very good all-around player.