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Wolverines Add Staff Ahead of 2020-2021 Season

For Immediate release- 

As the Manitoba Junior Hockey League announced its return to play protocols, the Wolverines Hockey Club has added to its staff ahead of the 2020-2021 season. 

Director of Marketing – Tim Lee 

Tim comes to Wolverines from Kirkland Lake, Ontario. He brings plenty of business experience to the Wolverines, as he has spent many years in the government and private sectors. His son, Josh, currently serves as the Wolverines Assistant General Manager and Assistant Coach.

“After Visiting Waywayseecappo during the 2019-2020 season, I am excited to help the Wolverines chase a championship.” – Tim Lee

 

Director of Media and Assistant Coach – Jory Nychuk 

Jory, a product of Rossburn, has been around the Wolverines organization for years. After the Wolverines auto-protected him in the 2015 MJHL Draft, he suited up in two games for the club at the end of the 2016-2017 season. He is currently a business student at Mount Royal University, hoping to graduate with a General Management major and Business of Sports minor. 

“This is an exciting opportunity for not only myself but my family. I’ve seen this organization from many different aspects as a fan growing up, to a billet brother, to being a prospect through the system and now this opportunity; I’m grateful to be able to learn from great hockey minds like Taylor, Josh and, Troy.” – Jory Nychuk