DAUPHIN, MB - Bryson Cecconi has joined a growing list of Dauphin Kings players moving on to the next level in their hockey careers.
This week the British Columbia product committed to Marian University (NCAA DIV III) for the 2020-21 season!
Cecconi joined the Kings in January and made an immediate impact, scoring in his first game with the club and filling a much needed hole on the club's second line. Cecconi would go on to put up three goals and 13 assists in 18 regular season contests with Dauphin. He then added three assists in three post season contests, including the first assist on Grady Hobbs' game winner in overtime against the Portage Terriers in game three of their playoff series.
"It takes a big weight off my shoulders to have this completed, now I can just focus on getting stronger for the upcoming season" said the Powell River forward.
"I decided on Marian because they have a strong hockey culture, along with a great education program. With that being said I'll be studying education so I can become a teacher for middle school or high school" said Cecconi. "I decided to become a teacher because I like teaching kids, whether it be how to skate or how to read. Both are very enjoyable for me."
"In the short time I spent in Dauphin I really liked hanging out with my teammates. I also really liked spending time with the great billets I had during my time with the Kings (The Kaminski’s)."