The relocated Timmins Rock has flashed the look of the jersey that the team will wear for its debut season in the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League.
Formerly the Abitibi Eskimos, the all-new Rock showed off its jersey at a press conference held on Friday at McIntyre Arena in Timmins.
On hand to display the Rock jersey was Timmins native Kyle Levis, a 1998 birth-year forward who will play for his hometown team in 2015-2016.
The 2015-2016 season will be the second in the NOJHL for Levis, who was with the franchise as a 16-year old rookie in 2014-2015.
As a first-year skater in 2014-2015, Levis had 8 goals, 9 assists, 17 points in 43 regular-season games. He then netted 3 goals in 6 playoff matches.
PHOTO: Homegrown forward Kyle Levis fashions the jersey of the NOJHL’s Timmins Rock. (Photo by Timmins Daily Press.)