The Tampa Bay Juniors Hockey Club is proud to announce that USPHL Premier Goalie Cade Kujawski has committed to play the 2021-22 season at ACHA Division I Waldorf University. The Warriors are located in Forest City, Iowa, and play in the Midwest College Hockey Conference.
Kujawski, from Prior Lake, Minn., played two seasons with Tampa, playing in 61 games with a career 3.03 GAA and a .913 save percentage, which ranks third all time in team history.
“I am very happy for Kujo," said Head Coach Garrett Strot. "He was one of the top goalies we have ever had here in Tampa and Waldorf is not only getting a quality goalie but a quality person.”
“Playing in Tampa with TBJ was an amazing experience!" remarked Cade. "I met a bunch of great people along the way and many great teammates that I wish I could do it again. Also the fishing in Florida was fantastic!!”
“Kujo was the backbone of the Tampa Bay Juniors," said Assistant Coach Rett Vossler. "He provided consistent goaltending on a nightly basis.”
The Tampa Bay Juniors want to wish Cade "Kujo" Kujawski and his family the best of luck as he continues on his hockey journey.
Kujawski becomes the 10th TBJ player this year to commit to college.