Two Alberta officials set to make appearances at the Centennial Cup

OAKVILLE – The Calgary Canucks aren’t the only piece of Alberta hockey headed to the Centennial Cup.

Alberta officials Mason Stewart and Scott Kramers have both been selected to officiate at the event, taking place in Oakville from May 9-19. The hosting Oakville Blades welcome the champions of the AJHL, SJHL, MJHL, SIJHL, NOJHL, OJHL, CCHL, LHJAAAQ and MHL to compete for Canada’s National Junior A Championship.

Both experienced officials, Stewart and Kramers bring skill and quality officiating to the table in their years on the ice.

Mason Stewart – Calgary

Stewart began officiating at the age of twelve in the Central Region. From there, he attended Central Zone Camp and Hockey Alberta Development Camp in 2013, Hockey Canada OPOE in 2015, the World U17 Championship in 2017 and the Canada Winter Games in 2019. Recently, Stewart attended the Hockey Canada National High Performance Camp in February.

Stewart has ten seasons in the AJHL under his belt, including three league finals appearances. He also has spent eight seasons with the WHL, including three appearances in the second round of the WHL Playoffs.

The Centennial Cup is Stewart’s first appearance as an official at a National Championship, and he is looking forward to the experience.

Scott Kramers – Edmonton

Kramers is in the midst of wrapping up his twelfth season officiating as he steps into the Centennial Cup. Kramers skated the preliminary rounds at the 2022 World Junior Championships in Edmonton prior to his first National Championship assignment this year. He has spent nine years officiating at the Junior A and Major Junior level, spending five seasons in the AJHL and four seasons in the WHL. Kramers is also looking forward to his first experience with a major Hockey Canada assignment.

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