Lethbridge, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes are proud to announce a new team liaison officer, Constable James Demone.
Demone joins the team for the 2013-2014 season to advise the players
on such things as drugs, alcohol, gambling, hazing, social media use and
other community issues that affect the players.
A former WHL’er, Demone spent four seasons split between the Portland
Winter Hawks (1988-2001) and his home-town team, Prince Albert Raiders
(2000-02.) The defenceman played a combined 262 games with 43 points
(7G, 36A) and 590 PIM.
He also has experience playing at the University level with the
Lethbridge Pronghorns and the minor professional level with the Atlantic
City Boardwalk Bullies of the ECHL.
After completing his hockey career, the University of Lethbridge alum
decided to pursue a career in policing. He is a five year veteran of
the Lethbridge Regional Police Service and is currently serving in the
“Cst. Demone is a valuable addition to the team,” said Hurricanes General Manager Brad Robson. “With
his experience policing, as well as playing in the WHL and pro, he will
be able to give players guidance on the pressures that come with
playing hockey at this level.”
Cst. Demone will be attending games and practices with the team throughout the season.
(Nathan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org)