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Robak headed to SAIT to play for Trojans
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - Submitted by BCHL Media/Cowichan Valley Capitals

The Cowichan Valley Capitals are pleased to announce that 20-year-old defenseman Darrin Robak has committed to the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Calgary for the 2012-13 school year.  

The SAIT Trojans took home a Silver medal in this years ACAC Championship.

Robak played 105 games with the Capitals over two seasons. He also gathered 44 points and 137 penalty minutes during his time in the Cowichan Valley.  

“Darrin had a great time here with the team and it was fun watching him develop into the player he is now," Capitals head coach and general manager Jim Ingram said. "The Capitals organization is proud of Darrin for his achievements and would like to congratulate him on his success."
 

 
 
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