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Voodoos bring in a local GNML All-Star

'I know this team will push me to the best of my abilities'
20200915 Cameron Lemcke Voodoos
Cameron Lemcke (middle) stands between Voodoos trainer JJ Johnson (left) and team president Jim Bruce in front of a CF-101 Voodoos jet at CFB North Bay.  Photo submitted.

The Powassan Voodoos stayed close to home again as they inked 2003 birth year forward Cameron Lemcke. 

The Callander product netted 23 goals along with 20 assists for 43 points in 38 games with the Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves of the Great North Midget League last season. 

He also netted a pair of goals as an affiliate player in six games last season with the Voodoos. 

The 6'2", 180 pound Great North Midget League All-Star is excited to get going with the NOJHL squad. 

"I want to play with the Voodoos because I heard it was a very great organization and I get to play with a lot of great players," said Lemcke.  

"I know this team will push me to the best of my abilities."

Voodoos GM Chris Dawson got a good indication of what Lemcke could do at Junior 'A' in his six callup games last season.  

"We like his size, and despite being an affiliate player, he was not intimidated at all. We like his net drive and we welcome his size to our forward group," noted Dawson.  

The Voodoos are still waiting for direction from the NOJHL, OHF, NOHA, and the CJHL as to when the new season will start.