BCHL extra: Bulldog going to Trojans

Alberni Valley Bulldogs captain Trent Dorais will play for the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Trojans in 2012-13.

BCHL media:

Alberni Valley Bulldogs captain Trent Dorais has committed to the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Trojans for the 2012-13 season. The Trojans are located in Calgary and play in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference.

“We are very excited for Trent,” said Alberni Valley Bulldogs’ head coach Kevin Willison. “Trent has been working very hard this season both on and off the ice so that he could reach the goals he set for himself. For the short time that I’ve known him, Trent has displayed character and strong leadership abilities making him a great fit for the SAIT Trojans hockey progarm.”

Dorais will be joining fellow Alberni Valley Bulldogs alum Sam Mitchell (2008-2011) at SAIT.

“Trent is a very good player with strong leadership skills, physical play, speed and work ethic,” said SAIT coach Ken Babey. “These attributes will fit nicely into our team’s style of play. We expect Trent to have a positive impact

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