Monday, September 21, 2009

Another Bronco Gets A Contract


Graduated Broncos' forward, Keegan Dansereau has signed a one year 2 way contract with the Senators organization.

Dansereau, 21 years old, from Saskatoon will more than likely play with the AHL's Binghamton Senators this season. Last year he led the Broncos in scoring with 81 points. Dansereau joins former Broncos' captain Zack Smith in the Senators organization.


By all reports, Dansereau was ready to take the next step in his hockey career.

"The best he's ever looked" is a phrase I heard from a few who watched him this pre-season and at the rookie tournament in Kitchener in which Dansereau scored four times in.

One of the goals of a junior hockey team is turn players into pros. The Broncos have had a lot of players move on to pro hockey over the last three seasons. This is another good news story for the organization.

Best of luck to Keegan.


Also, former Bronco captain Zack Smith was in the line-up for the Senators tonight in Regina as they defeated Tampa Bay 3-1.


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