Caleb Reimer to a Western Hockey League Standard Player know all about Caleb Reimer Family, Parents, Education, Net Worth, Cause of Death
|Birthdate ( Age)||09 Oct 2004|
|Place of Birth||Surrey, BC, CAN|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Chris and Jodi|
|Profession||Hockey League Standard Player|
|Net Worth||Not Known|
Caleb Reimer to a Western Hockey League Standard Player Agreement. Reimer spent most of last season with the Edmonton Oil Kings, who selected him in the first round (18th overall) of the 2019 Western Hockey League bantam draft.
Caleb Reimer Family
The Edmonton Oil Kings have signed centre Caleb Reimer to a Western Hockey League Standard Player Agreement.The 14-year-old Surrey, B.C. native was a member of the Delta Hockey Academy Bantam Prep (Green) during the 2018-19 season, registering 45 points (18G, 27A) in 30 games played, including a goal and an assist in two playoff contests.
“Caleb is a big forward with a lot of upside and someone we’re very excited to have him join our group,” Oil Kings Director of Scouting, Jamie Porter said. Reimer was the Oil Kings’ first round, 18th overall selection in last month’s 2019 WHL Bantam Draft. The Club would like to officially welcome Reimer, his parents Chris and Jodi, and sister Shaye to the Oil Kings organization.
Caleb Reimer Accident in Car Crashed
The Edmonton Oil Kings are extending their condolences following the death of 16-year-old player Caleb Reimer, who was one of three teens killed in a collision in British Columbia early Saturday morning.
At around 2:45 a.m. Saturday, Reimer and fellow up-and-coming hockey players Ronin Sharma and Parker Magnuson died when their car crashed into a tree in Surrey, B.C.Reimer, a Surrey native, joined the Oil Kings organization in 2019 after being drafted 18th overall in that year’s WHL Prospects Draft.
“We are deeply saddened to learn of the tragic passing of Caleb Reimer at the age of 16,” Oil Kings president of hockey operations and general manager Kirt Hill said in a statement Sunday.“Caleb was a young man with a bright future both on and off the ice. He was a person that you loved to be around, he was a great teammate and a great friend.”Hill said he will never forget the first phone call he had with Reimer the day the Oil Kings drafted him to the organization. Hill said he could feel the excitement from the teen on the other end of the line.
“We will all remember his first WHL goal at the DCA and the pure joy and excitement that followed in his celebration with his teammates. We will truly miss having Caleb in our lives each and every day. He was part of our family and will be a tremendous loss in all of our hearts.”
Teammate and friend Jake Neighbours said he was shocked to learn of Reimer’s death, adding it still doesn’t feel real.“I’ve been on the phone with numerous guys over the last day and a bit, and obviously, sending messages to all my teammates and making sure everyone’s OK. I think we’re all taking it the same way,” Neighbours said Sunday.
“(He) was a great kid with such a bright spirit around our dressing room, and everyone was very fond of him. For us to lose a guy like that is obviously very heartbreaking. I know the guys and myself are taking it pretty harshly.”Neighbours said last year was Reimer’s first full year with the Oil Kings. Being in COVID-19 protocols forced the team to spend a lot of time together, a time in which Neighbours said he got to know Reimer well.
“He was definitely a very close friend of me and a lot of others, and even though he was only there for one season, I felt like I knew him much longer.”He described Reimer as a great kid with a passion for hockey — a guy who was always looking to improve his game.“I can’t emphasize enough how positive of a kid he was, and the impact he had on all of us — and even me — as a young kid was awesome. He will be missed.”Neighbours said he hasn’t reached out to Reimer’s family yet to give them space.
Read Also : About Miguel Oliveira