Aaron Lewadniuk To Join The Manitoba Bisons

 Ex-Wheat King Joining The Bisons —

The Carman, MB native was a red-shirt with Manitoba in 2012-13 and has played two seasons with WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings 


Manitoba Bisons men’s hockey team continues to look towards the 2013-14 season. Bison men’s hockey head coach Mike Sirant, heading into his 18th season at Manitoba, is pleased to announce the commitment of forward Aaron Lewadniuk (pronounced: loo-WAD-nee-uk) to the Bison program for the upcoming 2013-14 season.  “We are thrilled to have an exceptionally talented recruit like Aaron Lewadniuk join the Bisons,” said Sirant. “Aaron’s offensive skill set, speed and compete level will make him an immediate impact player in the Canada West conference.”

Lewadniuk, 23 (turning 24 on August 7/13), was a red-shirt with Manitoba during the 2012-13 season after playing with the two different teams in East Coast Hockey League in the 2011-12 season and also with two seasons with the WHL’s Brandon Wheat Kings. 

Prior to Manitoba, the 5’11”, 175 lbs. forward split the 2011-12 season with Idaho scoring 13 points (7g, 6a) with 28 PIMs in 31 regular season games and adding eight points (1g, 7a) in 17 games for Bakersfield Condors. The Carman, MB native played with ECHL’s Ontario Reign in 2010-11 and notched 31 points (17g, 14a) in 69 regular season games.

 He played two seasons (2008-10) with Brandon and had 133 points (52g, 81a) with +52 and 107 PIMs in 128 regular season games plus 27 WHL playoff games with 22 points (10g, 12a). Lewadniuk played one season with MJHL’s Winkler Flyers in 2006-07 and had 87 points (43g, 44a) and 104 penalty minutes in 61 regular season games.

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