Sunday, August 10, 2014


Gordon Pritchard played at Brockport from the 2004-2005 season through the 2007-2008 season. In his senior year he was the team captain during a season in which he racked up 26 points on the strength of 6 goals and 20 assists.  Gordon has been coaching in his home province of Saskatchewan and here's a news release about his advancement:

Assistant GM Earns a Promotion

The Yorkton Terriers have graduated 5 players from their RBC Cup Championship team on to post secondary education and now their Assistant GM is graduating to the WHL.

The Terriers announced on their facebook page Tuesday afternoon that Gordan Pritchard has begun his new job as the Director of Corporate Affairs with the WHL's Regina Pats.

Pritchard, who played his junior hockey with the MJHL's Neepawa Natives and earned a law degree at SUNY-Brockport has been with the Dogs for three seasons and done everything but laundry for the club.

The SJHL would like to congratulate Gordon on his new job and wish him the best of luck with the Pats.

From Yorkton Terriers Facebook Page:

"Congratulations to Terriers Assistant General Manager Gord Pritchard on being named Director of Corporate Affairs for the Regina Pats in the WHL. Gord began his first day with the Regina Pats today after being with the Terriers the past three seasons. Gord was a big part of the staff in helping the Terriers win back to back SJHL titles, a Western Canada Cup and a Royal Bank Cup in his three years with the dogs. He was involved with game day staff, marketing, coaching, scouting, off ice training with the Terriers. He was a full time lawyer with Rusnak Balacko Kachur Rusnak law firm and did all of the duties with the Terriers as a volunteer. The Terriers will miss Gord but he has earned this opportunity and it is a big dream of his to be in the hockey business full time. We cannot thank Gord enough for everything he has done the past three seasons. All the best with the Regina Pats Gord!!!"