Max Prazma Committed to Div. 1 University of St. Thomas

Max Prazma - Calgary Canucks Goaltender 2022-23 Photography by Dave Watling PhotographyMax Prazma - Calgary Canucks Goaltender 2022-23 Photography by Dave Watling Photography

Calgary Canucks first D1 commit in 5 years

CALGARY, AB – March 2, 2023 – The Calgary Canucks are proud to announce that goaltender Max Prazma has been committed to the Division 1 University of St. Thomas. This is the first D1 commit in 5 years. This announcement signals the return of the Calgary Canucks as a destination for top junior hockey players looking to reach new heights in their post-secondary aspirations.

Calgary Canucks General Manager and Head Coach, Brad Moran, is thrilled for Max as he continues his education and hockey career at St. Thomas next year. “Max is a true example of the outcome of believing in himself and putting in the work to get to the next level. He has helped set a standard within our team that will remain once he moves on. We wish him the best of luck there next season,” says Moran.

Not surprisingly, Max is also excited and grateful to commit to St. Thomas. “They have great development for players to excel in hockey while having the support they need to have academic success. St. Thomas is building a great program and I am looking forward to being a part of it,” said Prazma.

Max says that “the Canucks organization has helped me a lot this year. The coaching staff has supported me with everything I need to develop as a player. My teammates have been great making it a super easy transition to joining the Canucks and it makes it fun to be at the rink everyday.”

Kids Cheer FREE!

The Calgary Canucks are playoff bound! To celebrate, we are inviting all kids to cheer on our Calgary Canucks during their Round 1 home games for FREE!

Round 1 Playoff Home Games vs Blackfalds Bulldogs / Ken Bracko Arena at Max Bell
Tuesday, March 14 @ 7:00PM
Wednesday, March 15 @ 7:00PM
• Sunday, March 19 @ 2:00PM *** if needed

About the Calgary Canucks: The Calgary Canucks are a Junior A hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL), with home games at the Ken Bracko Arena in Max Bell Centre. They have won the AJHL championship nine times and one national championship. The Canucks franchise was formed in 1971 and has the longest tenure of any in the AJHL in one city. After celebrating 50 years in the AJHL, the team is excited to build upon its legacy by hosting the 2023 AJHL Showcase in September 2023.


For more information, media inquiries or to get involved:

Brad Moran
General Manager & Head Coach

Morgan Melnyk
Vice-President, Marketing Strategy & Media Relations