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Where Are They Now? CORY MORGAN

Monday, July 28th
Where Are They Now? CORY MORGAN

The Idaho Steelheads are running a series of Where Are They Now? to catch up with some former players and will post, in their own words, what they're up to and what they remember about their days spent with the Steelheads. Next in our series is Cory Morgan, who played with the Steelheads (then part of the West Coast Hockey League) in 2002-03. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound right wing tallied 46 points (22g-24a) in 58 games and 131 penalty minutes. Cory sure was popular with the ladies?we still remember the signs posted around the arena! Read on to find out what the Blue Sky, AB native has been up to since he left?.Well it has been awhile since I've been back in Boise.... But that doesn't mean I haven't thought about the amazing season I had while playing there. Besides having the number one spot in league, that was only part of why it was so much fun to play for the Steelheads. The organization, fans, city, culture and overall first class lifestyle we enjoyed while skating at The Bank of America Centre will always be looked upon with fond memories.For myself personally, I continued to play hockey in the ECHL for a few years and then finished my last three years in England. One year in Dundee, SCO where we won the British National League title, and 2 years in Newcastle, UK where we won the Playoff Championships. My years there were an unbelievable experience, but they took a back seat to my studies in firefighting. The extra time off we had was perfect for me as I need to travel back and forth from the UK to Canada in order to get all the required courses and skills just to apply for a job. After those three years of hockey, studying and travelling, I was hired on to the Edmonton Fire Department in May of 07. I have been living and working here for over a year now and love the career path I have chosen. Still, I am single, which will not surprise alot of the people around Boise as I was usually the one leading the charge down to the Bistro after most home games. My son Ashton is 10 now, and doing very well, but as much arguing as I could come up with, I couldn't stop him from following in Blair Allison's footsteps. Ya, he's a target.... Kids. Needless to say, I'm doing very well and am happy here and look forward to a visit this year.Yes, please let me know of a reunion date and I'll definitely bring a car load of firemen down to once again to enjoy one of my favorite American cities.Thanks, Cory Morgan #18

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