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SIGNING: Crusaders Announce Signing of Noah Kosick

SHERWOOD PARK, AB: The Sherwood Park Crusaders are proud to announce the signing of 2008forward Noah Kosick for the 2024/2025 BCHL Season.

“I’m very excited to sign with the Cru,” commented Kosick. “I can’t wait to get started.” 

“We are honored that Noah has chosen Sherwood Park as the ideal place for his next developmental steps,” stated Crusaders general manager Adam Sergerie. “Noah is a high-character young man who strives to improve every day. His skillsets are poised to thrive under Coach Menard’s leadership and player development approach. He has consistently excelled and produced at a high level throughout his young hockey career, and we’re excited that our fans will get to see him in our jersey. 

“We’re very grateful to Noah’s advisory group, Quartexx Management, and his parents, Andrea and Mark, for believing in us,” he continued. “Their trust in our program is something we value immensely. Guiding Noah along his developmental journey is a responsibility we take very seriously.”

“It is a privilege and an honor to have a player like Noah select our program as the next step in his development,” echoed Crusaders head coach Brennan Menard. “He could have chosen anywhere, but he chose Sherwood Park. We understand that with this commitment comes great responsibility to steward his development at this pivotal time in his young career.

“We are excited that our style of play and program is attractive for top offensive talent like Noah to come and develop his game within. This is another step toward building the program we aspire to be, and we couldn’t be happier that he chose us.”

Noah Kosick (’08) signs with the Crusaders, accompanied by head coach Brennan Menard

Kosick has played the last three seasons as part of the Pacific Coast Academy program in Victoria, British Columbia. This season, his second in U18, saw Kosick lead his team in scoring, and performing against players nearly three years his senior. Not only did the ’08 centre collect an impressive 62 points in just 29 games, but he was the only CCSHL U18 to collect 50 assists. Additionally, 

Kosick is currently committed to the University of Michigan (NCAA, Div. 1), where his father, Mark, won an NCAA Frozen Four National Championship in 1998. Kosick is currently committed for the 2026/2027 season.

The Crusaders would like to welcome Noah and the entire Kosick family to the organization.

For more information, please contact Crusaders marketing and media director Spencer Love (