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Alex Klekotka Death & Cause: Former assistant captain for the Kenai River Brown Bears has died, age, biography & wiki

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Alex Klekotka:

Real Name: Alex Klekotka
Age: 23yrs
Birth Place:  Grand Rapids, Michigan
Profession: Hockey Player
Cause Of Death: Unknown
Height: 6-1
Class: Junior
Weight: 195
Birth Day: 1998-06-27 – 2021

Who Was Alex Klekotka:

Alex Klekotka was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan United States of America.

He started his career after joining the Men’s Ice Hockey Roster before joining Kenai River Brown Bears as their assistant Captain.

Nothing was disclosed of what led to his sudden demise at the time of filing this report.

Alex Klekotka was named the WHAC Player of the Year for 2021.

The league administration selected Aquinas sophomore forward Alex Klekotka the 2021 WHAC Men’s Hockey Player of the Year in March of 2021 during the conference tournament.

Senior forward Kyle Truax joined Klekotka on the All-WHAC First Team, while junior defender Mason Stewart and head coach Jordan Permoda also received conference accolades.

 

He was the WHAC Newcomer of the Year in 2020, was one of the conference leaders in 2021, with ten assists.

In just 12 games, he scored five goals and collected 15 points, giving him one of the league’s best point per game rates (1.25).

Klekotka’s greatest game of the year was a hat trick and three assists in a 10-1 triumph against Cleary on Mar. 4.

In three more games, he had multiple points, including a goal and two assists in AQ’s 4-3 triumph.

Alex Klekotka Dead Or Alive:

 

Alex Klekotka has died, He was a former assistant captain for the Kenai River Brown Bears.

The club wrote on its social media page on Monday:-

“In a report issued on Monday, the club writes:

“Few words can adequately reflect our tremendous sadness and grief at the loss of Alex Klekotka, our former deputy captain.

We send our sincere sympathies to Alex’s family, friends, and teammates on behalf of the entire Kenai River Brown Bears organization, staff, players, and fans.”

 

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