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PRESIDENT                                                           Bill Yuill
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER / GOVERNOR                                  Zoran Rajcic
VICE-PRESIDENT BUSINESS OPERATIONS                                  Mike MacCulloch

GENERAL MANAGER                                                     Garry Davidson
HEAD COACH                                                          Dennis Williams
ASSISTANT COACH                                                     Louis Mass
ASSISTANT COACH                                                     Mike Lysyj
GOALTENDING COACH                                                   James Jensen
EQUIPMENT MANAGER                                                   James Stucky
ATHLETIC TRAINER (IRG PHYSICAL & HAND THERAPY)                      Blake Draughon – MS, LAT, ATC
PERFORMANCE COACH / ENGINEERED SPORTS                               Bob Hamre – ATC, CSCS
PERFORMANCE COACH / ENGINEERED SPORTS                               Lance Miller – PT, CSCS
ADVISOR / DIRECTOR OF PLAYER PERSONNEL                              Alvin Backus
HEAD SCOUT                                                          Mike Fraser
SENIOR SCOUT – SASKATCHEWAN                                         Garry Ryhorchuk
SENIOR SCOUT – MANITOBA                                             Doug Sinclair
SCOUT – ALBERTA                                                     Matt Beck
SCOUT – ALBERTA                                                     Travis Easton
SCOUT – BRITISH COLUMBIA                                            Bill Forman
SCOUT – BRITISH COLUMBIA                                            Zed Malenica
SCOUT – BRITISH COLUMBIA                                            Dylan Franson
SCOUT – U.S.                                                        Michael Devellano
SCOUT – EUROPE                                                      Sandro Benin
EDUCATION COORDINATOR                                               Darren Parsons
COUNSELOR                                                           Mindy Stone
CLUB LIAISON OFFICER                                                Greg Lineberry
HOST FAMILY COORDINATOR                                             Janet Hawes
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Bill Yuill is Chairman and CEO of The Monarch Corporation, a Canadian
private equity company with corporate offices in Medicine Hat, Alberta,
Canada. The Company has four active divisions related to transportation, real
estate, sports properties and investment portfolios.

Since 1977 the sports property division, CSH International Inc., has owned and
operated numerous sports franchises in various leagues in both the USA and
Canada. Beginning with a franchise in Medicine Hat, Alberta (Pioneer League
of Professional Baseball and affiliate of the Oakland 'A's, and then the Toronto
Blue Jays), the company expanded to include franchises in Florence, South
Carolina (Toronto Blue Jays, A), Ft. Myers Florida (Kansas City Royals, A),
Chattanooga, Tennessee (Seattle Mariners, AA), Tucson, Arizona (Houston Astros AAA), Fresno,
California (San Francisco Giants, A). The Company then moved on to joining a semi professional
basketball league, the World Basketball League, with the Las Vegas Silver Streaks. In 1989, the
Company acquired a franchise in the Western Hockey League, the Seattle Thunderbirds and
subsequently (2002) moved to establishing an expansion WHL franchise in Everett, Washington
(Silvertips). In addition to the Silvertips, the Company has interests in the Peoria Rivermen of the
Southern Professional Hockey League and a golf property in Peoria, Arizona.

Bill presently is a Director of two Canadian public companies - Shaw Communications Inc.,
Calgary, Alberta and The Western Investment Company of Canada, High River, Alberta. He
serves as a Director of McKenzie Meadows Golf Club, is a member of the Foundation of St.
Andrew's College in Aurora, Ontario and serves as a Governor of the Western Hockey League.

Mr. Yuill received the Milner Fenerty Pinnacle Award in 1995, the Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee
Medal in 2003 and the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2013. In 2006 he was awarded
an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Lethbridge, in 2016 was inducted into
The Alberta Order of Excellence, in 2017 was awarded an Honorary Applied Degree from the
Medicine Hat College and was inducted into the Calgary Business Hall of Fame in October 2017.

He is a graduate of the Young President's Organization, Alberta Chapter and is a member and
past chairman of the World President's Organization, Alberta Chapter.

Bill has been involved in community organizations including the Medicine Hat College Foundation,
the Medicine Hat and District United Way and the Medicine Hat Family YMCA. He also served on
the Alberta Economic Development Authority.

Bill and his wife, Elizabeth, reside in Medicine Hat, Alberta.

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CSH Chief Operating Officer
Zoran Rajcic enters his fourth season as Chief Operating Officer of Consolidated Sports
Holdings (CSH) International, Inc, promoted to the position on July 14, 2016 while
continuing his timeline as a central member of the Silvertips organization and a leader in
the organization’s business and hockey operations since the club’s admittance into the
WHL in 2002.

At the head of a talented front office staff, the Silvertips under his eye earned the 2018-
19 WHL Business of the Year award (second in franchise history), back-to-back honors
in the Western Conference, and continued to surge at the box office with their largest
turnout in eight seasons, surpassing three million fans in downtown Everett and sold out
32 percent of their home games at the 8,149-seat Angel of the Winds Arena. The
Silvertips also refined their presence in marketing, broadcasting, social media, and game presentation. He
was promoted from Director of Business Operations to Assistant General Manager in October 2011 and
added the title of Executive Vice President in July 2012. Helping oversee Silvertips hockey operations, in
2018-19 the Tips captured their fourth U.S. Division title in five seasons, saw a pair of players selected in the
NHL Entry Draft, and in 2017-18 earned their second Western Conference championship, with first year
head coach Dennis Williams, who set a new franchise record for most wins (47) by a first year head coach
and earned the WHL’s Western Conference Coach of the Year honor. Silvertips general manager Garry
Davidson was the recipient of the Lloyd Saunders Memorial Trophy as WHL Executive of the Year,
goaltender Carter Hart earned his second CHL Goaltender of the Year award, and six Silvertips were either
drafted by NHL clubs or signed NHL and AHL contracts.

As Rajcic’s primary responsibilities revolve around the business and marketing affairs of the club, his
direction has helped build a strong community presence throughout Everett and its surrounding
communities. As Vice President of Silvertips parent company CSH International, Inc., he also supports the
business operations of the other sports franchises within the company.

Hailing from Lethbridge, Alberta, Rajcic is a graduate of the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor’s
degree in Management and a major in Marketing. Upon graduation, Rajcic was named the school’s Director
of Athletic Marketing and was recognized by the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators
as the Marketer of the Year in 2000.

Prior to his work in Everett, Rajcic spent three years with the Baton Rouge Kingfish of the ECHL, serving as
the Director of Corporate Sales for one season before being promoted to Vice-President/General Manager
during his second season.

Zoran and his wife Mirran reside in Everett with their two sons, Jackson, and Aiden.

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General Manager
Heading into his eighth full season as the architect of the Everett Silvertips roster,
Garry Davidson has built Silvertips hockey into a restored power program of the WHL,
routinely in contention and dispatching graduates of the club onto the highest
professional ranks. The recipient of the Lloyd Saunders Memorial Trophy as WHL
Executive of the Year (2017-18), and reigning back-to-back honoree in the Western
Conference, he brought an extensive hockey background with him to Everett when he
was named General Manager of the Silvertips in February 2012. In a career spanning
more than three decades, Davidson’s tenure in hockey includes experience as an
owner, general manager, head coach and player personnel director in the junior and
professional ranks in both North America and Europe.

Since taking over the Silvertips, Davidson has presided over a building process that
has led the franchise to significant strides on the ice with their second Western Conference title in 2017-18
and four U.S. Division titles in the last five seasons, while stocking the club’s system with exciting young
players and NHL prospects. His eye for talent has covered deep into the WHL Draft, with seven Silvertips
players reaching the professional ranks or earning a selection in the NHL Draft after original selection by the
Silvertips in rounds 3-8 of the WHL Draft. His constructed roster has evolved into six consecutive winning
seasons in franchise history to date, including the team’s seventh U.S. Division title with second year head
coach Dennis Williams and a record of 258-121-28-21 over the last six regular seasons. Since Davidson
assumed control, four Silvertips have been selected in the first or second round of the NHL Entry Draft, five
Silvertips have been taken by NHL teams in the last two years, most recently with defenseman Gianni
Fairbrother (Montreal) and goaltender Dustin Wolf (Calgary).

Before taking the reins in Everett, Davidson, 68, spent four seasons as Director of Player Personnel for the
Portland Winterhawks from 2008-11. In that role he was instrumental of Portland’s Bantam Draft selections
and scouting of recruited players who helped the program emerge from a last place finish to three straight
WHL Finals appearances.

Davidson led the BCHL’s Salmon Arm SilverBacks as Owner, General Manager and Head Coach from
2001-08. A three-time BCHL Coach of the Year, his other coaching stops in the league include Penticton,
Nanaimo, Victoria and Trail. He also oversaw all player recruiting with each of his BCHL clubs, helping
produce eventual Hockey Hall of Fame inductee and Hobey Baker Award recipient Paul Kariya, along with
two additional Hobey Baker honorees (Brendan Morrison and Ryan Duncan) and three first-round NHL draft
picks (Travis Zajac, Kris Chucko and Riley Nash) with Salmon Arm alone.

Originally from Souris, Manitoba, Davidson’s coaching career began in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League
in 1978. He then spent eight seasons coaching overseas, where he won an Austrian league championship
in 1984 and also spent time in Switzerland and Italy. He returned to North America in 1990 to coach Junior-
A in Penticton and was an Assistant Coach for Team Canada’s gold medal-winning entry at the 1995
Spengler Cup.

Residing in Everett, Garry and his wife, Brenda, have two sons: Ty, and Clay (mixed martial artist residing in
Kelowna, BC).

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Head Coach
Dennis Williams, 40 (8/14/79), enters his third season behind the bench as Silvertips head coach
and the engineer of success for the program with a pair of U.S. Division titles, a Western
Conference championship, success in the classroom and several Silvertips earning looks for
international play and selections in the NHL Entry Draft.

Named the fifth head coach in franchise history on May 15, 2017, Williams promptly embarked on
a year-long journey which broke the Silvertips record for wins by a first year head coach (47),
earned their third most points (99) in franchise history, set a new single season franchise record for
goals (246), were second in the league for goal differential (+80), and earned eight goals or more
in a game on five separate occasions. They broke single game franchise records for most goals in
a game (11) and largest margin of victory (11) on Dec. 27 in an 11-0 victory at Vancouver, while
goaltender Carter Hart earned his second CHL Goaltender of the Year award, and six different
Silvertips were drafted by NHL clubs or signed to NHL or AHL contracts. Williams followed with
another 47-win and 99-point season, the Silvertips fourth U.S. Division title in five seasons, while
goaltender Dustin Wolf was named WHL Western Conference Goaltender of the Year and CHL Scholastic Player of the Year
and two more Tips players: defenseman Gianni Fairbrother (Montreal) and Wolf (Calgary) were selected in the NHL Entry Draft.
Since Williams took over behind the Silvertips bench, Silvertips goaltenders Dustin Wolf (Hlinka Gretzky Cup, Team USA),
Carter Hart (U20 World Junior Championships, Team Canada), and defenseman Ronan Seeley (World U17 Hockey Challenge,
Team Canada White) have suited up in international competition.

Addtionally serving behind the bench on the international level with Team Canada, this summer at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup and
last season for Team Canada Black at the 2018 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, Williams carries 13 years of head coaching
experience across junior and college levels with a combined win percentage of .681 over the last eight seasons as head coach
                                               with the Silvertips, Bloomington of the United States Hockey League, and
                                               Amarillo of the North American Hockey League. After guiding Bloomington to a
                                               29-24-7 record and fifth place in the Eastern Conference in their expansion
                                               season of 2014-15, he led the Thunder in 2015-16 to a 36-18-6 record, an
                                               appearance in the Eastern Conference Final, and a victory shy of reaching the
                                               league’s Clark Cup Finals. He led Amarillo to three consecutive 40-win seasons
                                               from 2011-14, amassing a career record of 168-44-2-24 and a points percentage
                                               of .756 across four years in the NAHL. He delivered three straight South Division
                                               titles, back-to-back and league leading 46-win campaigns, and a Robertson Cup
                                               title to Amarillo in 2012-13.

                                                 Under Williams, the Bulls shattered a 35-year old record with 99 points in back to
                                                back seasons (2011-13) and he was named NAHL Coach of the Year after the
Bulls’ league championship. Williams’ teams in Amarillo led the league in goals from 2011-13, and finished second in the NAHL
with 207 goals with a +87 goal differential in 2013-14.

During his time in Amarillo and Bloomington, he helped 74 players advance to play in the NCAA
Division-I ranks, and with the Bulls coached seven division All-Conference selections, two All-NAHL
First Team members, one defenseman of the year, and one division All-Rookie honoree. With the
Thunder, a total of 12 selections were either chosen for the NHL Entry Draft, and for rosters at the
U17 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament, U18 World Championships, and the Junior A World
Challenge. He assisted with community outreach efforts with every one of his Bulls squads
containing a community service award recipient, and his team in Bloomington was selected as
recipient of the 2016-17 Curt Hammer Community Service Award.

The native of Stratford, Ontario has served Utica College and University of Alabama-Huntsville as
assistant coach and started his head coaching career at the NCAA level with four seasons serving
Neumann College and Bowling Green State University. both in head coach and assistant coach
positions. The former right winger received his bachelors and masters degrees from Bowling
Green, finishing with 117 career games, 20 points (12 goals, 8 assists), and 198 penalty minutes
for the Falcons.

Dennis and his wife, Hollie, live in Lake Stevens and have two daughters, Emerson and Elyse.

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Assistant Coach

Louis Mass enters his second season as Silvertips assistant coach, handling
development of the program’s defensemen who stifled WHL opponents last season with
a 1.9 goals-against-average, also lowest in the entire Canadian Hockey League while
holding opponents to 26.9 shots per game, second lowest in the WHL.

Making an instant impact on the Silvertips blueline, Mass helped three Silvertips
defensemen – Gianni Fairbrother, Wyatte Wylie, and Jake Christiansen – reach the
double-digit plateau in goals while Fairbrother (Montreal, NHL Draft selection) and
Christiansen (St. Louis, development camp invite) joined Wylie as Tips defensemen
who earned notable NHL attention over the course of one year. After the completion of
his first WHL season, 2002-born defenseman Ronan Seeley also earned an invite to Team Canada’s U-18 selection
camp, in preparation for the 2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup.

After serving as assistant coach of the University of Alaska-Anchorage (NCAA) for three seasons (2015-18) and helping
promote eight Seawolves onto the pro ranks in the last three years. The native of Anchorage, Alaska previously spent
13-plus seasons as a player or coach at the professional level with the Alaska Aces, Louisiana IceGators, Pee Dee
Pride, and Pensacola Ice Pilots of the ECHL, and as a player or coach helped guide the Aces to three Kelly Cup

Mass, 42 (Oct. 17, 1976), served behind the Aces bench for eight seasons (2007-15) in assistant coach, director of
player development, and strength and conditioning roles under head coaches Keith McCambridge, Brent Thompson, and
Rob Murray, helping guide the Aces as a coach to a pair of Kelly Cup titles in 2011 and 2014 and three trips to the Kelly
Cup Finals. During a span ranging in four of six seasons (2008-14) with Mass on their coaching staff, the Aces led the
entire league in fewest goals against per game, and were second in the ECHL (2.3) in 2012-13, when they captured their
third straight Brabham Cup for the top regular season record in the league at 106 points, most in the ECHL since 2007-
08. During Mass’ eight-year tenure behind their bench, the Aces helped promote 69 players to the American Hockey
League level, including former Silvertips forwards John Lammers and Chris Langkow. Four players during that span
were named to the ECHL All-Rookie Team, and 12 players were named First or Second Team ECHL All-Stars.

Mass spent five-plus seasons as a defenseman in the ECHL with Alaska, Louisiana, Pee Dee, and Pensacola. He was a
part of the 2005-06 Aces team that earned their first Kelly Cup title in franchise history and cruised to the Brabham Cup
title with 113 points and a 53-12-7 record, alongside Silvertips alumnus and forward Alex Leavitt (who led the league with
91 points in 72 games). The 6-foot-4, 215 pound former blueliner skated for four seasons at Bowling Green State Univ.
(NCAA) where he was a four-year teammate with Tips head coach Dennis Williams and served as assistant captain of
the program as a 2000-01 senior.

Mass, who splits his residence between Everett and Anchorage, is also an owner of Elite Sports Performance, the
premier strength and conditioning and skill development facility for athletes in Alaska. He has also served in youth
hockey on the board of directors and as a coach with the Anchorage Hockey Association and with USA Hockey as a
Coaching Education staff member.

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Assistant Coach

Mike Lysyj enters his first season as assistant coach with the Everett Silvertips, joining
the franchise after spending last season on the bench as assistant coach for
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NCAA), serving with skill development on and off the
ice under head coach Dave Smith, and assistant coaches Dan Jewell and Chuck

Last season, the native of Hillsborough, N.J. helped guide R.P.I. to a victory over No. 9-
ranked Cornell, while the Engineers last season elevated goaltender Owen Savory to a
spot on the ECAC All-Rookie Team as a Finalist for Rookie of the Year. Additionally,
Hobey Baker nominee Jacob Hayhurst (23 points), Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Will
Reilly (18 points), and Ottawa Senators prospect Todd Burgess (16 points) each
secured offensive career highs.

Previously, Lysyj, 30 (11/30/1988), spent four years as assistant coach at SUNY Fredonia (NCAA), where he responsible
for recruiting and scouting across the United States and Canada, and assisted with film breakdown, on-ice skill
development, and hockey operations administration. In 2017-18, he helped guide the Blue Devils to a 9-3-3 mark on
home ice and an appearance in the SUNYAC title game for the first time in seven years, upsetting national powers
Plattsburgh State and Oswego in the conference tournament.

Carrying additional experience as an instructor with USA Hockey’s New England District, a USA Hockey Festival
Evaluator (Atlantic & Southeast District), and with Pro Ambitions Inc. in Dedham, Mass., the former forward made his pro
debut with an assist in six games with the Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL) in 2012-13 and recorded 29 games split between
Peoria and Mississippi (SPHL) in 2013-14. Lysyj spent all four seasons of his collegiate career with SUNY Cortland,
registering 77 points (39g-38a) in 96 games and led the Red Dragons with 33 points (18g-15a) in 25 games as a 2012-
13 senior.

At SUNY Cortland, Lysyj graduated with his B.A. degree in Kinesiology (coaching concentration) in 2013 and earned his
M.S. degree in Sports Management & Exercise Science in 2017.

Lysyj will reside in North Everett during the season.

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Equipment Manager
James Stucky has served as the Silvertips’ Equipment Manager since the
inception of the franchise in 2003. A native of Burien, Washington, he got
involved in hockey at a young age as a stick boy and has now spent 20 years in
the game as an equipment manager at the minor-pro and Major Junior
levels. Stucky worked and was honored for his 1,500th game in his role during
the 2015-16 season, surpassing the mark on Oct. 28, 2015 against the Brandon
Wheat Kings in downown Everett.

Stucky is responsible for managing the extensive equipment needs of every
Silvertips player on a daily basis in order to help the team succeed on the
ice. His role also includes overseeing all elements of the team’s travel
throughout the season, maintaining the locker room and supporting the coaching
staff and athletic trainer.

In addition to his tenure with the Silvertips, Stucky’s hockey career has taken him through stops in the
American Hockey League, International Hockey League and Central Hockey League. From 1999-2003, he
worked with the AHL’s Cincinnati Mighty Ducks; top affiliate of both the NHL’s Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and
Detroit Red Wings. Stucky has also served as equipment manager of the IHL’s Indianapolis Ice (1996-1999)
and the CHL’s Memphis RiverKings (1995-1996).

James resides in north Everett with his wife Lisa, son CJ, daughter Grace and step-daughter Lori.

Athletic Trainer
Blake Draughon enters his third season as Silvertips athletic trainer, responsible for
overseeing the medical and health needs of Silvertips players, pursuing the objective of
injury prevention and minimal recovery time.

The native of Lubbock, Texas has experience serving the Dallas Stars in the
organization’s development camp in July 2014, when he assisted the Stars in
rehabilitation of post-surgical patients, medical and nutritional coverage of practices, and
assisted with camp physicals. Draughon previously served in hands-on and
administrative multi-sport roles with Plainview (Tx.) High School and Texas Tech
University and started his career as a student athletic trainer with Texas Tech during
2010-11, handling rehabilitation, medical, nutritional, and facilities maintenance for the
Red Raiders football, baseball, and track programs.

Certified in CPR/AED for professional rescuers with the American Red Cross, he graduated from Texas Tech in 2011
with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Sport Science and earned his Masters of Science degree in Athletic
Training from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in 2015.

Draughon is single and resides in Everett, WA.

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Advisor / Director of Player Personnel

Alvin Backus enters his second season as Silvertips advisor & director of player
personnel, joining the organization in an expanded capacity after most recently serving
the Montreal Canadiens as amateur scout for the past seven seasons, in addition to
working with the Silvertips hockey staff upon availability.

The Salmon Arm, British Columbia native assisted the Canadiens hockey staff with
talent evaluations in preparation for each year’s NHL Draft, which included the selection
of first round pick and former Silvertips captain Noah Juulsen, an Abbotsford native, in

Backus, 60, has been involved as a coach, mentor, and scout across numerous levels of hockey for over 40
years. He will report to Silvertips general manager Garry Davidson, assisting him and the Silvertips coaching
staff with roster improvements and coordinate the Silvertips scouting and recruiting efforts of talent across
North America and Europe.

Head Scout

Mike Fraser enters his second season as head scout of the Everett Silvertips, named to
the position on July 3, 2018.

Fraser, 40, controls day-to-day supervision of the Silvertips scouting staff and efforts in
prospect player evaluation and recruiting within North American and Europe. Prior to
working with the Silvertips, he served as a scout with the Brandon Wheat Kings for six
seasons, and contributed to the construction of the Wheat Kings roster which secured
the Eastern Conference title and Scotty Munro Trophy in 2014-15, and an Ed
Chynoweth Cup title in 2015-16, with scouted forwards Nolan Patrick and Ty Lewis, and
defenseman Kale Clague.

The Edmonton, Alberta native, prior to his time in Brandon, served the Swift Current Broncos as a scout for
seven years (2005-12), and as a coach at the Manitoba Junior Hockey League level with Swan Valley for
two years (2003-05), when he also served on the coaching staff for the MJHL Prospects Game in 2004.

A former goaltender and MAAC All-Rookie honoree in 2000 with Iona College, Fraser was a BCHL All-Star
honoree in 1999 and playoff MVP with the Victoria Salsa and additionally carries experience in print
coverage as a sports reporter, columnist, and editor in Brandon.

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Goaltending Coach

James Jensen enters his second season as Silvertips assistant coach and
has over 20 years of service as a professional goaltending coach,
emphasizing private training and carrying relationships with goaltenders
currently playing at the NHL, minor professional, WHL, and youth levels. He
currently serves on staff as a coach with NET360, an annual camp in West
Kelowna, British Columbia dedicated to development of NHL and prospect
goaltenders, and serves as a goaltending contributor to OR Sports, a
goaltending technique tutoring platform.

Jensen, who has recently worked with NHL goaltenders Devan Dubnyk
(Minnesota), Frederik Andersen (Toronto) and James Reimer (Florida), has consulted for five seasons with
the Anaheim Jr. Ducks and for four seasons worked with the Los Angeles Jr. Kings, assisting in the
development of Silvertips goaltender Dustin Wolf and Carl Stankowski, who helped guide the Seattle
Thunderbirds to a WHL title in 2016-17. Jensen additionally carries four seasons combined as a goaltending
coach at the BCHL level with Penticton and Salmon Arm.

Jensen resides in the Seattle region with his wife, May and son, Dane.

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                                  GARRY RYHORCHUK                                         DOUG SINCLAIR
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   MATT BECK                   TRAVIS EASTON                  BILL FORMAN                  DYLAN FRANSON              ZED MALENICA

                                        MICHAEL DEVELLANO               SANDRO BENIN
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     DIRECTOR OF BROADCASTING / PUBLIC RELATIONS                                              Mike Benton
     TEAM PHOTOGRAPHER                                                                        Chris Mast
     MEDIA RELATIONS ASSOCIATES                                                               Joey Purgatori, Eliza Kuzmenko (not pictured)
     EVERETTSILVERTIPS.COM STAFF WRITERS                                                      Staci Caldwell, Nick Meyers

                         IMPORTANT CONTACTS > E-MAIL: mbenton@everettsilvertips.com | PHONE (non-game hours): 425-879-6586

•    ACCESS:
     The Everett Silvertips organization and Media Relations Department strive to make its players, coaches, management and other personnel
     available in a timely and responsible fashion to all accredited members of the media.
     Approval for single-game access will be granted by e-mail, to Mike Benton at mbenton@everettsilvertips.com and are asked to request no later
     than 24 hours prior to game day. While single-game access will be granted to accredited terrestrial and digital media members, it is requested
     that individuals working on a freelance assignment provide confirmation (by e-mail or fax) from the associated outlet’s editor-in-chief or
     department director, either on company letterhead or by company e-mail. Media members working on a single-game basis are asked to enter
     Angel of the Winds (AOTW) Arena and check in through its loading dock gate, located off Broadway. Reserved parking inside the loading
     dock is available on an extremely limited basis and must you request by e-mail in advance, to the address above.
     The Everett Silvertips press box is located on the team bench side of AOTW Arena, above sections 218-219. The press box is accessible by
     elevator, via “level 3” and provides complimentary WiFi internet access. Media members will be assigned to a seat above section 218 (located
     between the venue’s broadcast booths) or atop section 217, to the left of the Silvertips broadcast booth. The Silvertips press room is located on
     the bottom level, penalty box side of XFINITY Arena, located in the “Green Room.” A complimentary meal, coffee, water, and press notes will be
     provided in the press room beginning usually two hours before game time. Updated lineups and scratches are made available typically an hour
     before puck drop, and will be available both in the press box and press room.
     On non-game days, the Silvertips almost exclusively practice at AOTW Arena. The Silvertips will skate, on rare occasion, inside the venue’s
     Community Ice Rink, located adjacent to AOTW Arena. All media are required to enter AOTW Arena through the front entrance of the Silvertips
     offices, located off Hewitt Ave. Morning skates held in AOTW Arena are closed to the public and are only available for access to previously
     credentialed media, or for assignment requests by e-mailing the Silvertips media relations department at

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•   mbenton@everettsilvertips.com. Visiting teams may skate at AOTW Arena or the Community Ice Rink, depending on availability of AOTW
    Arena. Please contact the assigned media relations personnel of each team to confirm their skate times/availability.

    The Silvertips, on most mornings, will have limited player availability (non high-school age) for morning skate sessions starting at approximately
    10:15 a.m. Typically, a team meeting follows and players are available at the conclusion of the meeting (approximately between Noon and 1:00
    p.m.). If there are specific players you need to speak with, we ask that you arrive at AOTW Arena no later than Noon so we can ensure player
    availability upon the completion of the morning’s activities.
    Silvertips players (exception: starting goaltender, at player’s discretion) and coaches are available on a limited basis before game time and on
    advance request to national television rights holders and club radio broadcasts. Head coach Dennis Williams has a window of availability
    between 60-75 minutes before puck drop. Players and assistant coaches will be available between 90 minutes to 2.5 hours before puck drop
    and media members who wish to utilize this media access window MUST contact the Silvertips Media Relations Department, minimum one day
    in advance, with their interview requests.
    The Silvertips conduct post-game interviews on all occasions outside their dressing room, with the media availability window opening after a 10-
    minute “cooling off” period. Due to the elevated and sensitive work environment for coaches and staff, the Silvertips dressing room is strictly off
    limits at all times. The club’s logo media backdrop, located 40 feet to the right of the Silvertips dressing room, is the encouraged interview
    location to prevent obstruction of team and club staff, utilizing the hallways as a work environment. Media requesting players and coaches are
    required to inform Silvertips media relations staff, assisting at the dressing room entrance. It is strongly encouraged that all non-game related
    and “one-on-one” interview requests be scheduled for a non-game day, and submitted in advance to
    mbenton@everettsilvertips.com. Depending on the nature of their treatment, players receiving medical treatment may or may not necessarily be
    available during postgame access.
    Further questions on any items above and morning skate/practice sessions may be addressed by e-mailing mbenton@everettsilvertips.com.

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On the radio dial at 1380 AM and FM 95.3 (KRKO), the Silvertips
mobile app, and the Everett Silvertips Broadcast Network, veteran
and award-winning radio play-by-play announcer Mike Benton will
return for his 15 season on the air in hockey and fifth in Silvertip
Country. As the “Voice of the Silvertips,” Benton, color analyst Justin
Morrison (for all home games and select road games), and the thrilling
live action of Silvertips hockey will be heard across the Pacific Northwest for all
regular season and playoff games.

Radio coverage begins with the popular and informative 30-minute “Everett Bone and Joint Pregame Show,”
included with the exclusive and engaging “Progressive Wellness Center Coach’s Show” with Silvertips head
coach Dennis Williams. When a regular season game on KRKO conflicts with additional live programming,
the Silvertips can be found on the dial alternatively at Classic Country 1520 KXA (KKXA-AM).

During the season, exclusive interviews, insight, listener interaction and more can be found on the Silvertips
Hockey Show on exclusively on everettsilvertips.com, airing each Tuesday night 6-7pm* and live from
Sporty’s Beef and Brew restaurant in Everett.

All Silvertips games are also aired through live stream at WHL Live, found at whl.neulion.com/whl, with the
Silvertips Broadcast Network call carried simultaneous on the feed for all Silvertips home regular season and
playoff games.

* Select shows may air prerecorded or be preempted if Silvertips travel or Tuesday games conflict

Radio Play-by-Play Announcer   th
Mike Benton, 38, enters his 15 season behind the microphone in hockey and fifth as “Voice of the
Silvertips,” handling all regional play-by-play coverage of the Silvertips on KRKO 1380 AM and 95.3 FM,
and serving as host of the weekly “Silvertips Hockey Show” on everettsilvertips.com. When off the air, he
also drives the organization’s initiatives in media relations, digital media, broadcast administration, and
community outreach while posting to his updated blog “Benton Hockey,” seen primarily through the
Silvertips website and mobile app. Benton’s voice was behind the Tips Western Conference title run in
2017-18 and the winning call for the longest game in Canadian Hockey League history (2017 WHL
Playoffs, first round), when the Silvertips defeated the Victoria Royals, 3-2 in 5 overtimes – a broadcast
lasting over six hours.

An award-winning broadcaster with over 1,000 career games called in professional hockey on radio and
television, Benton’s previous full-season work includes the Stockton Thunder and Alaska Aces of the
ECHL. During his time in Alaska, Benton was honored by the Alaska Broadcasters Association for his work
in play-by-play. He also launched the weekly “Aces Insider” radio talk show and the Aces’ official digital video channel, “AcesDTV”, while
serving in several front office roles.

As the original voice of the Thunder, where he worked as the club’s Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations from 2005-13, Benton
earned the league’s Media Relations Award of Excellence in 2009 and was selected three times as a radio broadcaster for the ECHL
All-Star Game. During his time in Stockton, he contributed video and written web reports for the Edmonton Oilers and San Jose Sharks,
and was an on-air sports host and anchor with KESP AM-970 in Modesto, Calif. Benton has also served as a correspondent for
SiriusXM NHL Network Radio and for two years was a color analyst and rinkside reporter with Sportsnet at the Vancouver Canucks
YoungStars Tournament in Penticton, B.C. In addition to his experience in hockey, Benton carries nine combined seasons of on-air
duties in minor league baseball, football, college basketball and television reporting assignments.

A native of southern California and graduate of Azusa Pacific University, Benton earned his bachelor’s degree in Communication
Studies while working at the college radio station. Mike, a former resident of Puyallup and Kirkland during childhood, lives near Mukilteo
with wife, Amy, and two sons, Lukas (4) and Liam (1).

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Color Analyst
Justin Morrison, who has handled on-air duties with the Silvertips before in select television and
radio roles, is entering his fourth season as radio color commentator for all home games on
KRKO 1380 AM / FM 95.3. Morrison works home and select road game nights with Mike Benton,
entering his third season handling on-air duties in play-by-play as radio voice of the Silvertips and
host of the Silvertips Hockey Show, and studio host Keith Black, delivering scoreboard updates
for select Silvertips games.

Morrison, a native of Edmonds, most recently served as host of “Tips After The Game” from
2011-15 on Fox Sports 1380 and has spent time for three years behind the mic as television
color analyst for Silvertips telecasts, airing on Xfinity OnDemand. His additional radio experience includes
two years as a producer at KRKO while serving as play-by-play voice of the Everett Explosion of the
International Basketball League in 2007.

Morrison is a graduate of Washington State University in 2006 with a B.A. degree in Communication.


                   KEITH GERHART                            JON ROSEN                               TRAVIS HUNTINGTON
                PLAY-BY-PLAY, 2003-07                  PLAY-BY-PLAY, 2007-11                       PLAY-BY-PLAY, 2011-15

                                       DAVE SHELDON                                  AL KINISKY
                                    COLOR ANALYST, 2003-06                     COLOR ANALYST, 2005-16

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                                                                                                                                  (as of 9/19/19)

                                                    No.          FORWARDS       POS   SH   HT     WT         HOMETOWN                 D.O.B                   2018-19 SEASON     LEAGUE    GP    G     A     PTS   PIM     NHL Draft
                                                     7    Fasko-Rudas, Martin   LW    R    6-0    160 Banska Bystrica, Slovakia   Aug. 10/00        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     60   15     16    31     34    Eligible 2020
                                                     9    Butt, Dawson          RW    R    6-1    203 Buckley, WA                 Aug. 8/00         SILVERTIPS                     WHL     56    9     8     17     11    Eligible 2020
                                                     11 Wright, Jacob            C    R    6-1    188 Langley, BC                 May 6/02          Fraser Valley Thunderbirds    BCMML    38   17     35    52     24    Eligible 2020
                                                     12 Patterson, Max          RW    R    6-6    226 Kamloops, BC                Dec. 27/99        Swift Current / SILVERTIPS     WHL     63    14    25    39     45     Free agent
                                                     13 Lee, Brendan            LW    L    5-11   179 Seattle, WA                 Feb. 5/02         Colorado Thunderbirds U16     Midget   46    28    34    62     22    Eligible 2020
                                                     17 Berezowski, Jackson     RW    R    5-10   181 Yorkton, SK                 Feb. 12/02        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     65    11     4    15     23    Eligible 2020
                                                     19 Kindopp, Bryce          RW    R    6-1    186 Lloydminster, AB            Jun. 14/99        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     67    39    34    73     26     Free agent
                                                     22 Gurney, Justyn          LW    L    6-3    190 Delta, BC                   Oct. 01/00        Regina / SILVERTIPS            WHL     30    1      4     5     26    Eligible 2020
                                                     26 Vitelli, Reece           C    R    5-11   172 Winnipeg, MB                Jul. 5/01         SILVERTIPS                     WHL     66    11    16    27     40    Eligible 2020
                                                     27 Price, Jalen             C    R    6-1    201 Delta, BC                   Feb. 15/01        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     43    7      3    10     8     Eligible 2020
                                                     28 Mitchell, Conrad        LW    L    6-6    226 Thorsby, AB                 Jan. 25/01        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     43    1      4     5     31    Eligible 2020
                                                     39 Goncalves, Gage         LW    L    6-1    167 Mission, BC                 Jan. 16/01        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     67    1     14    15     26    Eligible 2020
                                                     58 Lambert, Jack           RW    R    5-10   161 Fairbanks, AK               Apr. 13/03        Everett Jr. Silvertips 15U    NAPHL    12    6      4    10     4     Eligible 2021
                                                     62 Gut, Michal              C    L    5-11   184 Kadan, Czech Republic       Aug. 16/02        Pirati Chomutov U19          Czech U19 33    14    20    34     26    Eligible 2020
                                                                   DEFENSE            SH   HT     WT         HOMETOWN                 D.O.B                   2018-19 SEASON     LEAGUE    GP    G     A     PTS   PIM     NHL Draft
                                                     6    Gibson, Ty             D    R    5-8    181 Victoria, BC                Jun. 21/03        South Island Royals           BCMML    35    5      7    12     8     Eligible 2021
                                                     8    Seeley, Ronan          D    L    6-0    175 Olds, Alberta               Aug. 2/02         SILVERTIPS                     WHL     52    1     8     9      11    Eligible 2020

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                                                     21 Anderson, Dylan          D    R    5-10   181 Langley, BC                 Oct. 23/02        Yale Hockey Academy Prep      CSSHL    30    5     22    27     98    Eligible 2021

                                                     24 Fairbrother, Gianni      D    L    6-1    197 North Vancouver, BC         Sep. 30/00        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     64    10    26    36     83      MTL '19
                                                     29   Wylie, Wyatte          D    R    6-1    188 Everett, WA                 Nov. 2/99         SILVERTIPS                     WHL     67    11    36    47     36      PHI '18
                                                     44 Sutter, Aidan            D    L    5-10   160 Kamloops, BC                Oct. 27/02        Thompson Blazers              BCMML    33    7     28    35     65    Eligble 2021
                                                     47 Hendren, Parker          D    R    6-0    215 Regina, SK                  Mar. 23/01        Vancouver                      WHL     26    1      1     2     2     Eligible 2020
                                                     48 Zellweger, Olen          D    L    5-9    163 Fort Saskatchewan, AB       Sept. 10/03       OHA Edmonton Prep             CSSHL    35    8     19    27     22    Eligble 2021
                                                               GOALTENDERS            CA   HT     WT         HOMETOWN                 D.O.B                   2018-19 SEASON     LEAGUE    GP   MIN    GA    SO    GAA     NHL Draft
                                                     32   Wolf, Dustin           G    L    6-0    162 Tustin, CA                  Apr. 16/01        SILVERTIPS                     WHL     61   3615   102    7    1.69     CGY '19
                                                     40 Holt, Braden             G    L    6-1    147 Bozeman, MT                 Jul. 30/03        Honeybaked U15                HPHL     10   506    25     0    2.52   Eligble 2021
                                                     60 Karki, Keegan            G    L    6-5    209 Sartell, MN                 Feb. 25/00        Muskegon Lumberjacks          USHL     2    86      7     0    4.89   Eligible 2020

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                                                          Pronunciations:                                                                                                        CAPTAINCY
                                                     7    FASKO-RUDAS, Martin (ROO-dus)           26 VITELLI, Reece (Vih-TELL-ee)                                                C - Bryce Kindopp
                                                     8    SEELEY (SEE-lee)                        29 WYLIE, Wyatte (WHY-lee, WIGH-at)                                            A - Max Patterson
                                                    10 HALAMANDARIS (Hal-ah-man-DAIR-is) 39 GONCALVES, Gage (Gonn-SOLL-vez)                                                      A - Wyatte Wylie
                                                    17 BEREZOWSKI (Bear-uh-ZOW-skee) 48 ZELLWEGER, Olen (Zell-WAY-ger)
                                                    18 GOODBRANDSON (Good-BRAND-sen) 60 KARKI, Keegan (KARR-kee)
                                                    22 GURNEY, Justyn (Justin)                    62 GUT, Michal (GOOT, My-kull)
                                                                                          POSITION: Right Wing
                                                                                                      SHOOTS: R
                                                                                                     HEIGHT: 6'0
                                                                                                    WEIGHT: 160
                                                                                        BIRTHDATE: 08/10/2000
                                                                       HOMETOWN: Banska Bystrica, Slovakia
                                                        ACQUIRED: CHL Import Draft, 1st round (58th overall) - 2017
                                                                               DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2020
•   Part of a championship club at the U18 level
•   Appeared in 15 overall postseason games with HK Dukla Trencin at the U-18 and U-20 levels, collecting 16 points (4g-12a).

    2017-18 Silvertips Highlights:
    First WHL point with an assist at Edmonton on 10/08/17… Scored first WHL goal (game-winner) on 12/17/17 vs. Portland, also earned an assist and the #3 star of
    the game … First multipoint game on 12/17/17 (1g, 1a) vs. Portland … back to back goal games on 2/17/18 vs. Seattle and 2/18/18 vs. Kamloops, where he had the
    game-winning goal and a power play assist … scored the game-winning goal 2/23/18 at Vancouver.

    2018-19 Silvertips Highlights:
    Set a career high in goals (15), assists (16), points (31), plus/minus (16) ... Season high goals (3) on Mar. 16 vs. Victoria … Season high assists (1) multiple times …
    Season high points (3), set twice …Longest point streak (3) ... Multi point games (5) … Multi goal games (3) ... Hat trick: 3/16/19 vs Victoria/ (EVT 5-VIC 1).

                                                                                   REGULAR SEASON                                              PLAYOFFS
                Season        Team                                       GP       G   A   PTS PIM                  +/-          GP       G      A  PTS PIM                +/-
                2016-17       Slovakia U18                               31       8    7   15   41                  7
                2017-18       Silvertips                                 70       6    9   15   22                  3           20       5       3      8        4        4
                2018-19       Silvertips                                 60       15  16   31   34                 16           10       4       5      9        6        7
                              WHL TOTALS                                 130      21  25   46   56                 19           30       9       8      17       10       11

                                                        #8 – RONAN SEELEY
                                                                                             POSITION: Defense
                                                                                                 SHOOTS: Left
                                                                                                 HEIGHT: 5’11
                                                                                                 WEIGHT: 174
                                                                                       BIRTHDATE: 08/02/2002
                                                                                         HOMETOWN: Olds, AB
                                               ACQUIRED: Drafted in the 1st round of the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft
                                                                                 DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2020

•   2017-18: Telus Cup Playoff MVP, WHL Cup Silver Medal
•   2018-19: Represented Canada, World U17 Hockey Challenge
•   2019-20: Skated in camp, Team Canada, Hlinka Gretzky Cup
•   Appeared in 15 overall postseason games with HK Dukla Trencin at the U-18 and U-20 levels, collecting 16 points (4g-12a).

    2018-19 Silvertips Highlights:
    First WHL goal 3/5/19 vs Spokane/ (EVT 3-SPO 1) ... Season high goals (1) … Season high assists (1) … Season high points (1) … Longest point streak (2).

                                                                                   REGULAR SEASON                                              PLAYOFFS
                Season        Team                                       GP       G   A   PTS PIM                  +/-          GP       G      A  PTS PIM                +/-
                2017-18       Lethbridge (AMHL)                          30       5   26   31                                   12       1      2   3                      0
                2018-19       Silvertips                                 52       1    8    9   4                   11          10       1      0   1   0                  4
                              CAN-wt (WHC-17)                             5       0    0    0                       0
                              WHL TOTALS                                 52       1    8    9   4                   11          10       1       0       1        0        4

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                                                                                          POSITION: Forward
                                                                                                  SHOOTS: R
                                                                                                    Height: 6'0
                                                                                                  Weight: 200
                                                                                         Birthdate: 08/08/2000
                                                                                     Hometown: Buckley, WA
                                          ACQUIRED: Drafted in the sixth round of the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft
                                                                              DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2020

Made WHL debut 1/27/17 vs. Portland … was +1 on 3/19/17 at Tri-City.

Scored first WHL goal/logged first WHL point on 11/22/17 at Tri-City… had an assist in each if two back-to-back games, 1/28/18 vs. Spokane and 2/03/18 vs.
Kelowna … logged career highs in games played, goals, assists, points, and penalty minutes.

2018-19 Silvertips Highlights:
Set a career high in goals (9), assists (8), points (17), plus/minus (11)... Season high goals (1).... Season high assists (2)... Season high points (2)... Longest point
streak (3)... Multi point games (2).

                                                                                  REGULAR SEASON                                                PLAYOFFS
            Season         Team                                        GP        G   A   PTS PIM                   +/-          GP       G       A  PTS PIM                 +/-
            2016-17        Silvertips                                   3        0    0    0    4                   1
                           Jr. Silvertips 16U (NAPHL)                  22        18  11   29   14                                4       3        3       6        33
            2017-18        Silvertips                                  45        1    2    3   74                   -7           5       0        0       0        6        0
            2018-19        Silvertips                                  56        9    8   17   99                   11           6       0        0       0        11       0
                           WHL TOTALS                                  126       28  21   49   191                   5           11      0        0       0        17       0

                                                  #11 – JACOB WRIGHT
                                                                                                     POSITION: Center
                                                                                                       SHOOTS: Right
                                                                                                        HEIGHT: 6’11”
                                                                                                          WEIGHT: 188
                                                                                                BIRTHDATE: 5/6/2002
                                                                                            HOMETOWN: Langley, BC
                                                                                     ACQUIRED: Undrafted, signed in 2019
                                                                                         DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2020

Lead the 2018-19 Fraser Valley Thunderbirds in assists with 35 and 2nd in points with 52…registered three points on four
separate occasions with the Thunderbirds…tallied hat trick on 1/13/19…scored 14 points in 17 games with Yale Hockey
Academy in 2017-18.

                                                                                  REGULAR SEASON                                                PLAYOFFS
             Season        Team                                         GP       G   A   PTS PIM                   +/-          GP       G       A  PTS PIM                 +/-
             2018-19       Fraser Valley (BCMML)                        38       17  35   52   24                                4       1       2   3   2
                           Powell (BCHL)                                 1       0    0    0

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                                                                     POSITION: Right Wing
                                                                              SHOOTS: Right
                                                                                 HEIGHT: 6'6
                                                                                WEIGHT: 226
                                                                  BIRTHDATE: 12/27/1999
                                                              HOMETOWN: Kamloops, BC
 ACQUIRED: From Swift Current Broncos on Dec. 3, 2018 in exchange for the rights to F Dawson
                                     Springer and a 4th round selection in the ’20 WHL Draft
                                                               DRAFT STATUS: Free agent

Scored first WHL goal at Saskatoon on 10/7/15…first multi game point streak 10/7/15(G),10/9/15(G),10/10/15(A)…first career
multipoint game on 3/8/16 (G,A) and #3rd star honors…2nd career multipoint game and #3rd star honors on 1/18/17… 2 career
high 4 game point streaks 12/12/17 (2A), 12/13 (2A), 12/16 (A), 12/27 (G) and 1/3/18 (G), 1/5 (2A), 1/6 (A), 1/7 (A)…first
career post season point on 3/24/18 (A)…first career post season goal on 3/31/18…first career multi goal game on 11/2/18 (2G,
1A) and #3 star of the game honors…

Season high for goals (14) ... season high for assists (25) ... season high for points (39)…first point with Silvertips (A) on
12/5/18 vs. Spokane and #3rd star honors…first goal with Silvertips on 12/8/18…first multi point game with Silvertips on
1/6/19 vs. Kamloops (2A)… first career post season multi point game (G,2A) on 3/22/19 vs. Tri-City and #2nd star honors…4
game post season point streak 3/22, 3/23 (A), 3/27 (A), 3/28 (G) and #3rd star honors

                                                            REGULAR SEASON                                PLAYOFFS
         Season     Team                            GP     G   A   PTS PIM          +/-       GP     G     A  PTS PIM            +/-
         2015-16    Kootenay                        64     7    3   10   22         -18
         2016-17    Kootenay                        63     8    7   15   23         -36
         2017-18    Swift Current                   72     9   15   24   43          -3       26     5     2     7      6        3
         2018-19    Swift Current                   27     8   11   19   14          -5       10     2     6     8      12       2
                    Silvertips                      36     6   14   20   31          13
                    WHL TOTALS                      262    38  50   88   133        -49       36     7     8     15     18       5

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                                                                                 POSITION: Left Wing
                                                                                       SHOOTS: Left
                                                                                      HEIGHT: 5’11”
                                                                                       WEIGHT: 180
                                                                                BIRTHDATE: 2/5/2002
                                                                             HOMETOWN: Seattle, WA
                                                                              ACQUIRED: Listed player
                                                                          DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2020
Second in points with the Colorado Thunderbirds U16 program with 62…tied the lead in shorthanded
goals (2)..ranked second in goals (28), assists (34), and plus minus (+55)…collected 16 multi point games…tallied 5 multi goal
games…scored a season high five-point game (1G, 4A) on 9/30/18…skated in 3 consecutive USA Hockey National Player
Development camps…tallied a goal and assist in 5 games with Team USA’s Select 17s.

                                                                REGULAR SEASON                                  PLAYOFFS
          Season     Team                               GP     G   A   PTS PIM            +/-       GP     G     A  PTS PIM           +/-
          2018-19    CO Thunderbirds (Midget)           46     28  34   62   22           55        10     2     6   8   12            2
                     CO Thunderbirds (T1EHL U16)        18     11  15   26   22
                     CO Thunderbirds (T1EHL U18)         6     1    2    3   2
                     Team White (USA S-17)               5     1    1    2   4

             #17 – JACKSON BEREZOWSKI
                                                                                      POSITION: Right Wing
                                                                                            SHOOTS: Right
                                                                                             HEIGHT: 5’10
                                                                                             WEIGHT: 181
                                                                                   BIRTHDATE: 02/12/2002
                                                                                 HOMETOWN: Yorkton, SK
                                           ACQUIRED: Drafted in the 2nd round of the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft
                                                                             DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2020

   •   2018-19: Silvertips Rookie of the Year

2018-19 Silvertips Highlights:
First WHL goal 9/23/19 vs Portland/ (EVT 3- POR 1) …Season high goals (2) on 12/29 vs. Portland … Season high assists (1) … Season high
points (2) … Longest point streak (2) … Multi point games (2) … Multi goal games (1).

                                                                REGULAR SEASON                                  PLAYOFFS
          Season     Team                               GP     G   A   PTS PIM            +/-       GP     G     A  PTS PIM           +/-
          2017-18    Yorkton (SMHL)                     40     14  18   32   29                      0     0     0   0
                     WHL Cup                             5     1    0    1
          2018-19    Silvertips                         65     11   4   15   23            3        10     2     1      3      4      4

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                                                                                             POSITION: Right Wing
                                                                                                   SHOOTS: Right
                                                                                                     HEIGHT: 6'1
                                                                                                    WEIGHT: 180
                                                                                          BIRTHDATE: 06/14/1999
                                                                                   HOMETOWN: Lloydminster, AB
                                                ACQUIRED: Drafted in the third round of the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft
                                                                                       DRAFT STATUS: Free agent

Made WHL debut on 11/28/14 vs Seattle … appeared in 3 games with the Silvertips in regular season play.

Made lone appearance of the season on 2/5/16 vs. Kamloops.

Scored first career WHL goal in season debut, 9/23/16 at Vancouver … earned a season high two goals on 11/30/16 vs. Kootenay and third star of the game …
posted a scoring streak of points in four straight games, Jan. 11-16.

2017-18 Iron Man Award recipient … Logged career-highs in games played, goals, assists, game-winning goals, +/-, and number of multipoint games … part of a 3-
way tie for team leader in game-winning goals (six) … posted a career high of 10 multipoint games … earned two assists in first game of the season … scored two
goals, earning the #3 star of the game at Lethbridge on 10/13/17 … posted a power play goal and one assist to earn the #3 star of the game 11/25/17 vs. Vancouver
… netted the game-winning goal at Portland on 12/9/17 … scored two goals (one on a power play, the other a game-winner) and earned the #2 star of the game at
Tri-City 12/10/17 … earned two goals and the #1 star of the game 12/17/17 vs. Portland … earned two goals and the #2 star of the game 1/7/18 vs. Victoria …
scored a game-winning power play goal at Kelowna 2/2/18 … netted the game-winning goal in OT at Seattle 2/16/18 … scored one goal, earned the #3 star of the
game vs. Spokane 2/25/18 … earned game-winning goal at Vancouver 3/4/18 … earned two goals including the game-winner, awarded #1 star of the game at Seattle
3/10/18 … scored two goals in 8-1 blowout at Victoria 3/17/18 … had three back-to-back two point games (2a vs. Prince George, 12/16/17; 2g vs. Portland,
12/18/17; 2a at Vancouver, 12/27/17).

2018-19 co-Iron Man Award and Unsung Hero recipient … Set a career high in goals (39), assist (34), points (73), plus/minus (37) ... season high goals (3) ... Season
high assists (3) ... season high points (5) Jan. 26 vs. Lethbridge ... Longest point streak (12) ... Multi point games (24) ... Multi goal games (8) ... Hat trick 2/1/19 vs
Seattle (EVT 5- SEA 2) … four times had a season high seven shots on goal … #1 star of the game (1g-1a) on Oct. 21 at Regina … #3 star of the game (two goals)
on Dec. 9 vs. Spokane … #1 star of the game (two goals) on Dec. 14 at Vancouver … #1 star of the game (natural hat trick Feb. 1 at Seattle … #1 star of the game
(two goals) Feb. 23 at Prince George .. earned the 100th point in his Silvertips and WHL career Jan. 26 vs. Lethbridge … played in the 200th game of his Silvertips
and WHL career Mar. 8 at Tri-City … earned a hat trick and one assist in Game 5, first round (Mar. 30) vs. Tri-City.

                                                                                    REGULAR SEASON                                             PLAYOFFS
            Season         Team                                       GP       G       A       PTS      PIM       +/-         GP       G       A      PTS      PIM       +/-
            2014-15        Silvertips                                  3       0       0        0        0        -2
            2015-16        Silvertips                                  1       0       0        0        0         0
            2016-17        Silvertips                                 60       7       7        14       8        -4           10       1       0      1         0        -1
            2017-18        Silvertips                                 72       24      12       36       10        6           22       2       3      5         4        -1
            2018-19        Silvertips                                 67       39      34       73       26       37           10       5       6      11        6        1
                           WHL TOTALS                                 203      70      53      123       44       37           42       8       9      17        10       -1

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                                                                               POSITION: Defense
                                                                                  SHOOTS: Right
                                                                                    HEIGHT: 5’9
                                                                                   WEIGHT: 173
                                                                         BIRTHDATE: 10/23/2002
                                                                       HOMETOWN: Langley, BC
                                 ACQUIRED: Drafted in the 4th round of the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft
                                                                   DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2021

Made WHL debut on Jan. 7 vs. Victoria in a 9-4 victory

Suited up in first game of the season, 9/22/18 against the Vancouver Giants.

                                                               REGULAR SEASON                               PLAYOFFS
         Season     Team                               GP     G   A   PTS PIM          +/-
         2017-18    Silvertips                          1     0    0    0   2          -1
                    Fraser Valley (BCMML)              37     3   10   13   98
         2018-19    Silvertips                          1     0    0    0   0           0
                    Yale HA Prep (CSSHL)               30     5   22   27   98
                    Vernon (BCHL)                       3     0    0    1   2
                    WHL TOTALS                          2     0    0    0   2           -1

                                 #22 – JUSTYN GURNEY
                                                                                  POSITION: LW
                                                                                   SHOOTS: Left
                                                                                    HEIGHT: 6'3
                                                                                   WEIGHT: 190
                                                                           BIRTHDATE: 10/1/2000
                                                                          HOMETOWN: Delta, BC
                               ACQUIRED: Drafted in the sixth round of the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft
                                                                   DRAFT STATUS: Eligible 2020
Made WHL debut 12/6 with Calgary at Prince Albert … scored first WHL goal on 12/10/16 at Medicine Hat …

First point as a Silvertip on 1/4/19 in team debut (assist) at Tri-City…first career multi point game (2A) and #2nd star honors on
1/5/19 against Tri-City…first goal with Silvertips on 1/12/19 at Victoria

         GURNEY                                              REGULAR SEASON                                 PLAYOFFS
          Season     Team                            GP      G  A   PTS PIM           +/-       GP    G      A  PTS PIM         +/-
          2016-17    Calgary                         31      2   2    4   15          -7         1    0      0   0   0           0
                     Valley West (BCMML)             19      8  18   26   65                     1    0      0   0   0           0
          2017-18    Calgary                         54      1   3    4   59          -24
          2018-19    Regina                           1      0   0    0    4           0
          2018-19    Silvertips                      29      1   4    5   22           2
                     Surrey (BCHL)                   23      6   7   13   75
                     WHL TOTALS                      115     4   9   13   100         -29        1     0     0     0      0      0

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                                                                                   POSITION: Defense
                                                                                       SHOOTS: Left
                                                                                        HEIGHT: 6'0
                                                                                       WEIGHT: 195
                                                                             BIRTHDATE: 09/12/1999
                                                                   HOMETOWN: West Vancouver, BC
                                   ACQUIRED: Drafted in the fifth round of the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft
                                                                          DRAFT STATUS: Free agent

Scored first point (assist) of season and was a +2 10/03/15 at Portland…scored first goal of season and was a +1 11/13/15 vs. Spokane…scored
goal and was a +1 11/25/15 vs. Tri-City…recorded assist and was a +2 11/27/15 vs. Moose Jaw.

Earned a goal and added an assist in the season opener, 9/23/16 at Vancouver … was the #3 star of the game and scored a goal while adding an
assist on 3/3/17 vs. Kelowna.

2017-18 Iron Man Award recipient … Logged career highs in assists, points, game-winning goals … also had a career high of five multipoint
games … first career game-winning goal on 12/6/17 on a power play vs. Portland … earned one assist, one power play goal and the #1 star of
the game on 11/24/17 vs. Spokane … logged one goal and one assist in an 11-0 blowout on 12/27/17 at Vancouver … earned two goals (one
insurance, one power play) and the #1 star of the game on 12/30/17 vs. Kamloops … logged a four-game point streak (1a at Seattle, 2/16/18; 1a
vs. Seattle, 2/17/18; 1g vs. Kamloops 2/18/18; 1a at Spokane 2/20/18) … logged first career WHL playoff point 3/27/18 with an assist at Seattle
in game 3 of the first round … scored first career WHL playoff goal(s) on 4/13/18 vs Portland when he found the net twice in game 3 of the
second round.

Finished season with career high in goals (12) assists (32) points (44) and +/- (26)... had a three game point streak (1a vs Kamloops, 1/6/19, 2a
at Kelowna, 1/9/19, 1g and 1a vs Tri-City, 1/11/19...also had a career high with ten multi point games...highest number of points in a game was
four (1g 3a) and was the #2 star of the game in a 7-2 win against Seattle...one multi goal game(3g), a hat trick in a 5-0 win vs Portland on
2/9/19. Playoffs: Had a career high with 8 points (1g 7a) in ten playoff games.

Full name is Jacob Aidan Christiansen … son of Eric and Tracey Christiansen … has a sister, Lexi … participated in the pre-game ceremonies
as a youth hockey skater at the 2011 Stanley Cup Final in Vancouver.

                                                                     REGULAR SEASON                                      PLAYOFFS
          Season       Team                                 GP      G   A   PTS PIM              +/-       GP      G      A  PTS PIM            +/-
          2015-16      Silvertips                           48      4    4    8   10              1         9      0      0   0   2             -3
          2016-17      Silvertips                           72      6   13   19   29             16        10      0      2   2   6              0
          2017-18      Silvertips                           72      6   25   31   20             12        22      2      5   7   2              6
          2018-19      Silvertips                           67      12  32   44   20             26        10      1      7   8   0              4
                       WHL TOTALS                           259     28  74   102  79             55        51      3     14   17  10             7

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