It wasn't the finish he or the team was hoping for, but Jacob Goodine wrapped up his high school hockey career on Saturday with the Dauphin Clippers.
Goodine played two seasons with the Clippers.
"We had a pretty tough go last year," said Goodine. "But, this year with the group of guys, we did pretty well. That loss on Saturday was definitely tough, but we had a good season, so we should all hold our heads up high."
The 17-year-old had nine points this season (three goals) for a Clippers team who were very good offensively all season long.
"It was just a great experience," said Goodine. "Getting to come to the rink to play with a great group of guys was always a lot of fun."
Goodine notes winning the Lone Star Invitational in Dallas earlier this season was definitely one of his favourite memories as a part of the Clippers.