Hit The Ice season 7 regroups Canada’s most talented young Indigenous female hockey players and invites them to participate in a 2-week training camp that is a once-in-a-life-time opportunity to get recruited by a University team. The group will make lifelong friends, work harder than ever before, and meet professional coaches as well as current and former Olympic players.
Brandon McReynolds #61
Province / Territory: British-Columbia
Date of birth: November 6th, 1996
From Vancouver BC and member of the Squamish Nation, Brandon McReynolds is a talented two-way center with a high hockey IQ. He played Midget AAA with North Vancouver but also played a few games with the Junior B Delta Ice Hawks in his 2012-2013 season. McReynolds is great on the penalty kill but also has a scorer’s touch. He proved that at the 2013 NAHC scoring the game wining goal for Team BC giving the province its first ever National Aboriginal Championship title.