BCIHL’s Miners ink Rockies’ Gromnisky


Kyran Gromnisky of the Columbia Valley Rockies has signed to play for the Logan Lake Miners in the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League for the 2024-25 season.

Gromnisky had 15 points in 25 games in his third season with the Rockies. The Lethbridge, Alta., product has six points in nine Teck Cup playoff games.

The 20-year-old earned the opportunity to play college hockey from playing with many great players and earning opportunities to move up the lineup. 

“The coaches and veteran players have made me better from the first year and playing for two great coaches the past two seasons has brought me different views and helped my IQ a lot,” says Gromnisky, who is excited to join the Miners’ up-and-coming program that he feels is going in the right direction. “I have become a more mature hockey player and naturally able to score more. My confidence grew as I was given a bigger role and to become a better leader on and off the ice.”

Rockies Head Coach-GM Taylor Sincennes is very excited to see Gromnisky continue playing while getting an education. 

“He has been a pleasure to coach over three seasons, watching his growth as an athlete and a leader,” he says.