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McCarthy Headed to Kanata
Goaltender Daniel McCarthy is headed to Kanata to play for the Kanata Stallions of the Canadian Central Hockey League. After being solid between the pipes for the Western Kings sporting a record of 11-3 before going on to win 8 out of 10 playoff games, McCarthy is looking at this as a major opportunity.
Since his performance with the Western Kings, McCarthy has been away from the game until signing on to play with the Stallions. He recognizes that he has a long road ahead of him especially given that he haven’t played much lately. However, he’s determined to work hard and showcase his talents between the pipes for Junior 3A club in Ontario.
After finishing his minor hockey, Daniel has found himself playing hockey a few times a week while contemplating his future in the game and feeling out some opportunities. He was more than excited to receive the call from the Stallions and understands that he will be expected to perform strong for the team and is willing to put in the work necessary to raise his game back to competitive levels. Once in Kanata, McCarthy will start practicing with the team and is expected to be in the line-up come January 3rd when regular season play resumes and the Stallions face Smith Falls.
The Kanata Stallions currently sit in fourth place in their division with a record of 16-18-1-4.