Chance Adrian grew up playing in his hometown of Dalmeny, Sk before moving onto the AA programs in Warman and Martensville. A proud alumni of the Trach Power Skating Program, Chance was fortunate
to experience personal accomplishments through team success. After being drafted by the Red Deer Rebels in 2014, he represented U16 Team Saskatchewan in the Canada Winter Games.
He then captained the Saskatoon Contacts where they made the Mac’s final and Chance was selected as a tournament All-Star. They won Midget AAA Regionals and went on to compete at the Telus Cup National Championship. He also captioned the Aboriginal Team Saskatchewan and won a National Aboriginal Championship.
After Midget Chance signed with Prince George Cougars of the WHL, where he enjoyed the hockey/life experience and obtained his University Scholarship, where he plans to get his degree in Education.
As the first ever recipient of the Humanitarian of the Year Award of Prince George Cougars of the WHL, Chance sincerely loves working with children and the community. Chance wrapped up his Junior career with the Lloydminster Bobcats where he was Top Scorer, MVP, Humanitarian of the Year and won the Community Leadership Award.
Chance prides himself on his work ethic and bringing out the best in others, through his ability to effectively communicate and connect with young players with his positive energy. He’s still a student of the game and is excited to continue his career by helping develop upcoming players.