RMC rookie Brandt leads Paladins’ front line uprising (U SPORTS)

Ontario University Association Men's Hockey action between the Royal Military College of Canada Paladins and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) at Constantine Arena in Kingston, Ontario on 12 January 2018. UOIT won the match 3-2

Riley Brandt was one of the hardest hitting forwards in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) as captain of the Vernon Vipers last season. Known as a tough, physical player, the first-year forward joined the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) Paladins this year, where he currently leads the team in points.

Ontario University Association Men's Hockey action between the Royal Military College of Canada Paladins and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) at Constantine Arena in Kingston, Ontario on 12 January 2018. UOIT won the match 3-2
Ontario University Association Men’s Hockey action between the Royal Military College of Canada Paladins and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) at Constantine Arena in Kingston, Ontario on 12 January 2018. UOIT won the match 3-2

“I never ever thought about joining the military or anything. It all revolved around hockey. Coming here, getting the free schooling, you’re obligated to serve after you graduate. I’m excited to do that. I’m excited to serve for my country.”

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