Tuesday, March 7, 2023

Ex Viper Tryout Maser Scores Game Winner In Canada West Final:

Former Vernon Vipers tryout forward Josh Maser scored the game winner at

16:45 of the 3rd period In Game 3 March 5th 2023 at the Canada West Final to give the University of Calgary Dinos a 2-1 victory over the University of Alberta Golden Bears and their first Canada West Championship since 1996.

Here is the press release from the University of Calgary Dinos website,

Maser is in his second season at the University of Calgary. In 28 games, Maser has (9-goals-10-assists-19-points). 

Maser played four seasons in the Western Hockey League with the Prince George Cougars before signing his first professional contract with the American Hockey League Iowa Wild July 22nd 2020. Maser split the 2020-21 season with the American Hockey League Iowa Wild & ECHL Allen Americans.

Maser attended the Vernon Vipers training camp in August 2016 before leaving camp for the Western Hockey League Prince Albert Raiders training camp. The Raiders traded Maser to Prince George October 18th 2016.

Josh Maser's Player Profile:


Anonymous said...

You say, FORMER VERNON VIPER, he was NEVER a VIPER!!!! Get your facts straight, playing in exhibition games or training camp games does NOT, repeat DOES NOT a make them VIPERS!

Randy said...

As much as I don't appreciate 'anonymous' tone, he has a good point.

I enjoy seeing player updates on your blog, but not from players who were never vipers. If they haven't played a regular season game or been carded, they aren't a viper in my opinion.

How do you expect me to have an interest in players that never played here? I don't even know them.

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure not to many visitors to this site give a shit about some VIPER TRYOUT, seriously the ADMIN needs to give his head a shake and keep it real, about actual VIPERS, he’s called this bolg Vipersdiehardfan Blog for a reason! Shake, shake, head a shake!

Bob McInnes said...

I go to some, or most, of the tryout games every year at training camp and I like to know what happens to the players who leave for the WHL or get cut. I really don't care if the Greenville Swamp Rabbits put a former Viper on injured reserve, but at least coverage that detailed proves that the ADMIN is doing a thorough job.