From the Kapuskasing Flyers of the Great North Midget Hockey League to the erstwhile Abitibi Eskimos of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League to the best defenseman in the Ontario Jr. Hockey League as a member of the Cobourg Cougars.
It has been quite the high-end career to date for Brennan Roy, who hails from the northeastern Ontario town of Iroquois Falls.
The 6-foot, 190-pound defender has done nothing but put up points from his blueline position.
He was a points-per-game defenseman over his two seasons in the Great North with Kapuskasing.
He was a 30-goal scorer during a single NOJHL season with Abitibi.
And in two seasons in the OJHL with Cobourg, he has racked up 34 goals, 76 assists, 110 points.
Now one of six finalists for the top defenceman award in the entire Canadian Jr. Hockey League, Roy still has some games to play this season as Cobourg will play host to the RBC Cup from May 13 to 21.
But what about a Division 1, National Collegiate Athletic Association commitment for Roy?
Well, there has been no formal offer as of yet for the all-purpose, all-around, major-minutes defenseman who will wind up his junior career with Cobourg at the RBC Cup this month.
Surely, this kid is a steal-in-waiting for some NCAA school.
PHOTO: Brennan Roy, in action with the Cobourg Cougars.