Former Vernon Vipers goaltender Bryton Udy is hanging up the skates & goal stick and trading them in for a guitar as Udy announced his retirement in early August. Udy who started the 2010-11 season with the Vipers was traded along with defenceman Elliot Richardson to the Quesnel Millionaires on the December 1st BCHL card deadline for veteran goaltender Kirby Halcrow. In 7 games with the Vipers Udy posted a (1-4-1 record) with a 3.33 GAA. The Millionaires moved to Chilliwack for the start of the 2011-12 season where Udy went (10-9-2) with a 3.38 GAA with the Chiefs.
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Bryton Udy &
Madi Allen do a Chris Brown cover song (Yeah x3)
Udy does a great job on signing "Somebody like you"
Udy moves on
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Chilliwack Chiefs goaltender is giving up hockey to concentrate on his music career.
Udy is a singer-songwriter who describes his music as a mixture of country and pop "with a hint of soulful flare."
In July, Udy won the Don Weldon Most Promising Performer Award at the 2012 Calgary Stampede Talent Search.
Udy played 23 games for the Chiefs last year.
Udy will be missed both on and off the ice. Not only did he share the team's Most Improved Player award with Mathieu Tibbet, but his frequent volunteerism also won him the team's Most Community Minded Award.
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