Sky Buller #35 is goalie for the Princeton Posse. He has been named to the stars of the game list for the past two games.

Sky Buller is Posse player of the week

Sky Buller #35 has been a solid goaltender for the Princeton Posse Junior B team.

Sky Buller #35 has been a solid goaltender for the Princeton Posse Junior B team for over a year now.  He got third star in Osoyoos on Friday and third star against North Okanagan on the 15th.  As game star in the last two games, Buhler has become a mentor for the team and for the Minor Posse kids.

“Sky has really stepped up to be one of the premier goalies in our conference,” stated Dale “Duner” Haldun “and he continues to develop.  We are looking for Sky  to develop even more as a goaltender and help us continue to win games.”

“We are happy with our first ten games of the season and the next ten games will involve a lot of teaching,” continued Duner.  “With learning comes confusion, adaption and leaving comfort zones.  Well we expect to have a winning record,  for many of our players it may be a bumpy road.  The next ten games will be tough.  We need to be ready.”

The next Posse home games are this Friday and Saturday.  Friday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. the Posse play against Osoyoos and Saturday Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. the Posse battle it out against Summerland.


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