The Brooks Bandits announced on Saturday evening their 16th collegiate commitment of the 2018/19 season. Carter Wolski is heading to the ACAC to play for Red Deer College King becoming the second Bandit in franchise history joining the program following in the footsteps of Ty Mappin.
Wolski joined the Bandits in October 2017 from the Grande Prairie Storm with Parker Huebner going the other way. Before his move, the Sexsmith, Alberta, native appeared in 125 games in the AJHL for Storm totalling 46 points (5 goals, 41 assists) during his time in the North Division. He also played in three postseason games for Grande Prairie in the 2016/17 season.
After the move, Wolski put on the Bandits jersey 66 times during the regular season tallying 39 points (10 goals, 29 assists). He also became an AJHL champion this season when Brooks defeat Spruce Grove in four games.
Wolski and Bandits will compete in the National Junior A Championship next week in Brooks.