BURNABY, BC — SFU Hockey is proud to announce Grandview Steelers forward Jack Hamilton as the newest member of the 2021/22 recruiting class.
“I would describe myself as a speedy, skilled playmaker who reads the ice well. I would also say I am a strong two-way player who is responsible on both ends of the ice and works hard to out-compete opponents,” said the 5’10”, 159 lb forward from Port Coquitlam.
In the 2019/20 season, Hamilton led the PJHL Steelers in scoring with his point-per-game pace, potting 23 goals and 44 points in 44 regular season games.
In the pandemic shortened 2020/21 season, Hamilton was off to a hot start, scoring five goals and two assists in the seven games played.
Prior to joining the Steelers, where he played for three seasons, Hamilton began his junior career with the Port Moody Panthers, where he put up 22 points in his rookie season.
With the Steelers, Hamilton played under former SFU assistant coach Jim Camazzola.
“Jim spoke very highly of him, his work ethic, and his character’s through the roof,” said SFU head coach Mark Coletta. “I think he’ll be in a position to earn a spot and fight to be in the lineup every night. His work ethic is gonna be something that separates him from the rest.”
Hamilton is studying business at SFU.