Casper Coyotes To Sign Local Talent
The Casper Coyotes, our new Junior Hockey Team, is just beginning to get their schedule put together. With tryouts still a couple months away – beginning Aug. 18th – the Coyotes already have a slew of work on their plate.
Currently working on scouting and recruiting players from across the world, the Coyotes have already endeared themselves to the home-crowd by announcing the future signings of two Casper natives. Check out the press release below, and go to caspercoyotes.com for all information available on upcoming events.
Casper, WY- On May 29 at 9:00am at the Casper Ice Arena (1801 E 4th St, Casper, WY 82601), City of Casper Mayor Meyer and City Manager Mr. John Patterson will each give an address to officially welcome the Casper Coyotes to the community. Team General Manager, John Ambrefe will also make an address and welcome the signing of two local future Coyotes, Brady Griffin and Matt Loundigan. Both future Coyote players will be available for comment and media interviews during this time.
Order of Presentations:
• Mr. Mayor Meyer- 9:00am
• City of Casper City Manager, Mr. John Patterson
• Casper Coyotes General Manager, John Ambrefe
***Coyotes future players, Brady Griffin and Matt Loundagin will be available for comment and media interviews at this event.
Brady Griffin—A talented product of Casper Hockey who primarily plays forward. His deceptive speed and scoring touch led the Casper Oilers to back-to-back High School state championships and an international title. Passing up junior offers in 2013, Brady chose one more season with the Oilers in hopes that a Junior team would land in Casper. The Coyotes have filled that void.
Matt Loundigan— A 6’3” defenseman, Loundagin’s long reach and powerful stride create havoc into opponents trying to get around him. In only his Junior year of high school Matt’s leadership and skill development make him an excellent junior hockey prospect.
Please visit www.caspercoyotes.com for more information about the team and upcoming events.