Burnaby Minor Hockey goaltender Ben Skulski commits to the Panthers for 2021-22

The Port Moody Panthers are excited to announce the signing of 2003-born goaltender Ben Skulski for the 2021-22 Pacific Junior Hockey League season.

Skulski, who’s from Burnaby, was signed with his hometown A1 Tier 1 Under-18 Bulldogs this past season. He also played one game with the PJHL’s Surrey Knights, stopping 34 shots in a loss to Ridge Meadows last November.

He also spent the 2019-20 season with the A1 Tier 1 U18 Bulldogs after being with the A2 Tier 2 U18 team in 2018-19. Prior to signing with the Knights in the fall of 2020, Skulski played all of his hockey career in the Burnaby Minor Hockey Association.

He joins Joshua Noh, Marcus Olsen, Dong Eun Lee, Ryan Tong, and Kayden Edwards as first-year players signed by the Panthers for the 2021-22 PJHL season.