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Quinn Mulder Commits to Marian University

The Swan Valley Stampeders of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League are proud to announce that twenty year old forward Quinn Mulder has committed to play for the Marian University Sabre’s in the fall.

Marian University is located in Fond du Lac, WI, USA and play in the NACC division three.

Mulder, a native of Terrace, B.C., is one of the Stampeder’s captains, played two seasons for the Stampeders collecting 14 goals, adding 37 assists and 59 penalty minutes in 51 regular season games.

“I am very excited to join the Marian Sabres family,” said Mulder. “Marian offers everything I am looking for in a post-secondary school on and off the ice. Attending Marian is an amazing opportunity to further my hockey development and education. I would like to thank my family, my amazing billet families, training staff, and my team mates. I wouldn’t have this opportunity with them. Thank you to the Swan Valley Stampeder’s, the Town of Swan River, as well as the amazing fans. The 100 mile Wranglers, my minor hockey teams, Coach’s Wolffie, Duner, Josh Murray and Rob Bell for all their continued support. All made an impact in my journey to give me a chance to play college hockey.”

“We are excited to have Quinn joining the Marian University Sabre family,” said Sabre’s Coach Matt Berger. “His size, skating ability and hockey IQ will serve him well in our conference! We look forward to Quinn dawning a Marian Jersey.”

“We are very happy for Quinn and so proud of him,” said Stampeder Head Coach/General Manager Barry Wolff. “Marian is a great school and this is a great opportunity for Quinn to further his education and hockey career. Mulder’s leadership and play was instrumental in the Stampeders success over the last few years in a very difficult pandemic era and keeping the Stampeder Culture intact. Marian University and the Sabre Hockey team just got a whole lot better.”

The entire Stampeder organization would like to congratulate Quinn on his recent commitment to play for the Marian University Sabre’s.