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Former Bruin Sartor commits to play postsecondary hockey

Sartor joins a couple of people with southeast connections with the Spartans.
Mikol Sartor Estevan Bruins
Mikol Sartor has committed to play post-secondary hockey for Trinity Western University.

ESTEVAN - The Estevan Bruins have announced that another graduating player has committed to play post-secondary hockey next season.

Mikol Sartor will join the Trinity Western University Spartans for the 2022-23 campaign. TWU is based in Langley, B.C.

Sartor spent just one season with the Bruins, but it was a memorable one. He finished with 15 goals and 36 assists for 51 points in 49 games. And he added three goals and nine assists for 12 points in 16 playoff contests in helping the Bruins win their first SJHL title since 1999.

Prior to joining the Bruins, he led the Manitoba Junior Hockey League in scoring in his first season of junior hockey in 2019-20, putting up 35 goals and 58 assists for 93 points in 60 games for his hometown Winnipeg Blues.

Carievale’s Kade McMillen, who played with the Bruins from 2018-19 to 2020-21, is already on the Spartans. 

TWU is coached by former Estevan resident Barret Kropf. Last season was the first for the Spartans men’s hockey program in USports.  

The Bruins have also announced that forward Thomas Perivolotis has committed to play for the Black and Gold next season.

The six-foot forward played for the East Coast Spartans UAAA program. The Littleton, Mass., native recorded 39 goals and 31 assists in 51 games. Prior to the East Coast Spartans, Perivolotis played for Shattuck St. Mary’s U18 AAA program.

“Thomas is a player that has offensive abilities. He’s a player that has put up points for every team he has played for. We feel Thomas can add an offensive element to our team. He has great hands and can finish when he’s around the net. We are excited to add Thomas to our group next season,” said Bruins’ head coach and general manager Jason Tatarnic.

“I am thrilled to be joining the Estevan Bruins organization. I’m looking forward to being part of such a great community both on and off the ice,” said Perivolotis.