Orleans ON native Adam Lloyd, St-Bruno QC native Jason Brochu, and Markham ON native C.J Sharp are the latest CCHL skaters to make school commitments for the 2015-16 season.

Adam Lloyd

The 6-0, 200 lb center had a strong regular season campaign with the Carleton Place Canadians and is currently resting before taking to the ice for the Fred Page Cup at the end of the month.  When the season is complete he will then prepare himself to join Brock University next season where he will suit up for the Badgers.

In 62 Regular Season games, Lloyd had 29 goals and 56 points, good enough for 3rd on team scoring behind just leading scorer Andy Sturtz and Captain Stephen Baylis.  Lloyd would go on to post 1 goal and 9 points in 15 playoff games as he helped the Canadians claim their second straight CCHL Bogart Cup.

In 163 games of CCHL action, Lloyd posted 55 goals and 123 points between Carleton Place and the Gloucester Rangers.  He also suited up for 97 games between the OHL’s Brampton Battalion, Kingston Frontenacs, and Oshawa Generals where he put up 5 goals and 12 points.

Jason Brochu

Brochu had an extremely strong season with the Hawkesbury Hawks as he led the club in goals with 34 and finished 2nd in points with 66 in 61 games played.  The 5-11, 175 lb Center went on to put up 2 goals and 4 points in 6 playoff games as the Hawks would fall in 6 games to Fred page Cup host Cornwall.  With his season complete, he now prepares to head to Hamilton College in Clinton New York where he joins Hawks teammate Rory Gagnon who committed in late March.

In two seasons of CCHL action, the Stanstead College alum would score 48 goals and post 102 points in 114 games between Hawkesbury and Kanata.

Jason Brochu







C.J Sharp

The Markham ON goaltending product played a back-up role with the Hawkesbury Hawks this past season as he played behind veteran Gunner Rivers.  The 6-0, 175 lb Sharp would suit up for 18 games and put up respectable numbers as he went 9-7-0 with a 2.61 GAA and also added 2 shutouts.  He is now getting set to join Morrisville State College in New York for the 2015-16 school year.  He will trade in the Blue, White, Red, and Yellow for Green and White as he joins the Mustangs who play in the NCAA III SUNYAC Conference.

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