One thing became clear at Moose Jaw Warriors training camp. For the first time in team history they have goaltending depth. All four goaltenders the Warriors brought to main camp looked like they have WHL careers in their future. Justin Paulic is the veteran of the bunch, but considering three of those goalies — Zach Sawchenko, Brody Willms and Mitchell Adamyk — are 15 or 16 years old, that presents a nice problem for the Warriors in the future. "The two young goaltenders … Willms is what he is and Adamyk has come in here and he's raw, but there's lot of potential there," said Millar. Adamyk robbed Brayden Point twice in the first scrimmage of the weekend — once in overtime — from point blank range to announce his presence at camp. "In the first game I was a little nervous, but since then my confidence has kept going up," said Adamyk, a six-foot-two listed goalie from Winnipeg. "I've gotten a lot of confidence out of this weekend." Adamyk only played in the Winnipeg City Midget league a year ago, but is hoping to play midget AAA with the Winnipeg Thrashers or in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League with the Neepawa Natives. For the full write-up Click Here.