National Knee Hockey League


Knee Hockey Legend Retires as a National Champ

Posted by KneeHockey Bro 14 on January 14, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Though he played under the banner of many different organizations in Minnesota's Premier League, most people he's friends with know him as "Connor". Connor retired from the Premier League, and ultimately the  NKHL on January 10, 2014. Connor played for Chelsea in his first couple seasons in the league, then MC for one season, the Beavers for two, and signed with Team Franklin for his last run at the cup. Connor won 5 (of 5) Premier League Cups in his carreer before retiring at age 18. He was forced to officially retire from the league after he made the decision to transfer colleges for the spring semester. Connor's jersey #26 will be forever retired in the Premier League. Connor was a scoring threat, as well as a skilled goalie, which was the key to his success in winning all 5 Premier Cups. After his retirment was announced, the National Knee Hockey League committee met, and decided to award Connor the 2013 National Championship tittle, after being the #1 Ranked Player/Team in the Nation for the entire year.

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