Blind River to Northland College
July 23, 2014
Tim Perks, a 1993 birth-year forward who finished the 2013-2014 season with a flourish for Blind River Beavers of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League, is off to the National Collegiate Athletic Association ranks.
HockeyNewsNorth.com has confirmed that the 6-foot-3, 185 pound Perks will play for the Division 3, Northland College Lumberjacks effective the upcoming 2014-2015 season.
Northland is based in Ashland, Wisconsin.
An Oxford, Michigan product, Perks had 8 goals, 6 assists, 14 points in just 18 games with Blind River after being obtained from the Yarmouth Mariners of the Maritime Jr. Hockey League late in the ’13-14 campaign.
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For all the negativity on this site about the NOJHL, it sure seems that lots of players from last ye ar are moving up in hockey. Congrats to this young man. Well deserved.
For the record, NOJHL members send out a lot of negativity when they should be focused on their own issues.
This site does not favour one league over another.
Good story Randy!
Randy, of course there’s been petty mudslinging on both sides. The NOJHL has sure taken a beating here for the last few months. Hopefully it will continue to develop players and provide entertainment for northern Ontario fans. Hopefully also that the CIHL will offer quality hockey as well.
This young man made an impact with the Beavers and so he is desserving of this. Good luck young fella I enjoyed your spirit for the game !
Way to go Tim
You were a joy and excellent player to have around.
Also to chauffer about. Some excitement on those rides.
Please protect those chicklets. They add to that big smile.
Nice pick up by Cochrane with the signing of Cody Gratton of Cambridge.