The Campbellton Tigers have announced that forward Kyle Foreman has committed to Nipissing University for 2022-23.
The 21-year-old from Woodstock, N.B. was a Territorial Draft Pick by his hometown Woodstock Slammers in the 2017 MHL Entry Draft. In his rookie season of 2017-18, Foreman had thirteen goals and eleven assists in 45 games for the Slammers. He spent the next two seasons with the QMJHL’s Moncton Wildcats, posting ten goals and eight assists in 103 games.
He returned to the MHL in 2020-21 and finished fourth in scoring with the Grand Falls Rapids with five goals and eighteen assists in 22 games. Foreman was named team captain in 2021-22 and had two goals and two assists for the Rapids in seven games before being dealt to Campbellton at the trade deadline in January. In fourteen games with the Tigers, Foreman had eleven goals and nine assists. Campbellton would lose in the first round of the Canadian Tire Cup Playoffs in six games to Fredericton, but Foreman had three goals and eight assists in that series. That point total placed him 11th at the end of the playoffs, while his 1.83 points per game average was the best in the league.
The MHL congratulates Foreman on his post-secondary commitment.