The West Kelowna Warriors have traded defenseman Dustin Cave (94) to the Calgary Mustangs (AJHL) for future considerations.
5’11, and 203 pounds, Cave played a hard-nosed style of defense. Over 2
years he accumulated 108 games played, 1 goal, and 15 assists.
The Tappen, BC native was traded from the Salmon Arm Silverbacks in 2011, and is a player the organization won’t easily forget.
is a great all around person,” says Warriors Head Coach/GM Rylan
Ferster. “He represented the program with class 100 percent of the
time. His work in the community was amongst the best I had ever been a
part of. We want to thank him for his contributions to the program, and
wish him well with his new team.”
“Caver”, as fans knew him,
was a favorite amongst the youth in the community for all his hard work
at local Schools, and especially with the Okanagan Boys & Girls
Dustin spearheaded a program called “Caver’z Kidz”. Each
Tuesday he played floor hockey with a group of kids at the local Boys
& Girls Club. At every game kids from the club were invited to sit
in the Caver’z Kidz zone, and were treated with treats, special
t-shirt’s, and get to meet Dustin post-game.
Not only did Dustin
find sponsorship of season tickets for all of his Caver’z Kidz, he also
raised $1000 for the Okanagan Boys & Girls Club throughout the
(Nathan can be reached at email@example.com)
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