Broesky on not being drafted: 'Just got to work harder'

By Mitch Bach
May 3, 2019 - 6:10pm Updated: May 3, 2019 - 7:36pm

 

MEDICINE HAT, AB — The 2019 WHL Bantam Entry Draft has come and gone, and not a single local product heard their name called.

That includes Tyler Broesky, who had arguably the best chance of any major bantam hockey player in the area after a strong performance at the Alberta Cup last week.

The 15-year-old says it was disheartening to go unselected, but he's ready to put in the work to prove all 22 WHL clubs wrong. 

Mitch Bach of CHAT Sports spoke with Broesky to hear his thoughts on going unpicked, how he's using it as motivation for a heavy off-season workload, the areas of the game he needs to improve, and where he hopes to play next season.

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