GTHL alumnus debuts with Scotland’s University of St. Andrews Typhoons

Ken Worden, a Greater Toronto Hockey League alumnus, recently made his debut with the University of St. Andrews Typhoons in Scotland. Worden, a Select player for the entirety of his hockey career, notched a goal in his first game – a friendly match against the Glasgow Stag. The game was played in the Fife Ice Arena, which doubles as a curling rink.

Worden is in his second year of his undergraduate degree.

Click here to catch a recording of the game, including Worden’s goal 30 seconds into the clip.

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