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BABER & MORGAN COMMIT TO UNB

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The University of New Brunswick Men’s Hockey program has announced the commitment of 2021-22 Knights overagers, Camaryn Baber and Cody Morgan. Baber and Morgan will remain teammates after both joining the Knights for their final OHL season in 2021-22. Morgan was acquired just before the regular season, posting 30 goals, 41 assists, and 71 points in 68 games. Baber, who was voted as the best defensive forward in the Western Conference by OHL coaches, made his impact on the Knights being a leader and force in the defensive zone.

“Camaryn is a fierce competitor and knows what it takes to win games”, said associate coach Rob Hennigar.

“Camaryn is a player who knows how to play the game the right way and chip in all over the ice,” added Hennigar. “He wore the ‘C’ in Saginaw and is a respected veteran. London traded for him at the deadline to bring energy and leadership.”

Baber, 21, played three and a half seasons with the OHL’s Saginaw Spirit before being traded to the London Knights this past season. In 181 regular season games, Baber scored 35 goals and added 54 assists.

“What set UNB apart from other options was the culture and how important winning is,” said Baber. “The program’s success and their excitement for the future really got my attention.”

“I feel like I’ll contribute by winning faceoffs, helping out offensively and being most confident in the defensive zone.”


“Cody is a gifted offensive player that makes plays and contributes on the score sheet, and Mike is a dynamic player who can change the game with his speed and work ethic”, said REDS associate coach Rob Hennigar.

“Cody can make plays and find his teammates or he uses his shot to beat goalies from almost anywhere in the offensive zone,” added Hennigar. “We’re excited to get Cody into our system and make him an integral part of our future success.”

Morgan, from Maple, ON, played in 257 regular season games for Kingston, Windsor, Flint and London during a four-season OHL career, scoring 70 goals and 119 assists. He recorded career-best numbers in 2021-22, scoring 30 goals and 41 assists for the Knights.

“I hate losing and UNB hates to lose as well,” said Morgan. “I love how they push their players to get better, not only as hockey players, but as people and as students.”

“I’m a highly offensive player who creates a lot of chances for my teammates and me. “I’ll bring skill and a good 200-foot game”, added the six-foot, 186 lbs. forward.

Both Baber & Morgan plan to study Business while attending the University of New Brunswick.

For more details, visit goredsgo.ca

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