Dane Feeney of the Campbell River Storm has signed a letter of intent to play for Keyano College in Fort McMurray in the 2015-16 season.

Feeney inks letter of intent with Keyano College

Storm forward caps big season by signing to play for ACAC program in 2015-16

The Campbell River Storm Junior Hockey Club has announced forward Dane Feeney has committed to Keyano College for the 2015-16 season.

The 5’7”, 150-pound right-handed centreman was born and raised in Campbell River and played his first season of junior hockey with the Storm in 2011-12.  After stints with the Victoria Cougars and the Dryden Ice Dogs, Feeney returned to the Storm this year, registering 19 goals and 32 assists in 33 regular season games.  He also played a key role in the postseason, leading the team in scoring during the VIJHL playoffs with 19 points.  He added 8 more points as the Storm went on to win the Cyclone Taylor and Keystone Cup Championships.

“A big thank you to the fans and Campbell River Storm organization for welcoming me back to my hometown for my final year of junior hockey,” he said. “I am extremely excited to continue my journey into college hockey with the Keyano in the ACAC. Thanks to the great group of guys that I had the privilege to play with this season and the coaching staff for a legendary year!”

Keyano College is located in Fort McMurray, Alberta and offers specialized training to more than 2,800 full-time and 13,000 part-time students.

The Keyano Huskies, coached by Nate Bedford, play in the 9-team Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC).  Last season they finished tied for fifth place with a record of 14-12-2-4.