GDI Prairies would like to notice goaltenders Austin Lotz and Spencer Tremblay. Both goaltenders were able to place themselves among Western Canada's best young players as they each hold a spot on their Western Hockey League teams. Lotz was drafted by the Everett Silvertips in the 7th round (150th overall selection) in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft. The young 1995 born netminder will share goaltending duties this year alongside veteran Kent Simpson. Training with GDI through his Bantam and Midget years of hockey, Lotz has added various additions and refinements to his goaltending recipe, while maintaining his natural athletic ability to compete every time he steps on the ice. Due to all his relentless hardwork and time that he put in on the ice and up at Elite over the summer GDI placed Lotz as the 2nd Star of the month for the month of September. Tremblay took a different path to move up into the WHL. As a goaltender who is never satisfied with anything but his best, Tremblay climbed the ranks through his Midget career to become one of the most credited 1994 born goaltender in Manitoba. In his Bantam season, playing at Notre Dame in Wilcox Saskatchewan, he posted an 11 - 0 record in the regular season, with a strong 0.64 GAA and 7 shutouts. Entering his second year of Midget, Tremblay became comfortable quickly as within his first seven games he notched four shutouts. Finishing the league in first within all goaltender statistical categories, and claiming the league award for Goaltender of the Year, Tremblay had an outstanding season. This year with the Moose Jaw Warriors he hopes to do the same.