"It feels like a dream come true" said Peters. "To know that I'll be playing at UNO is an amazing feeling" "I wouldn't be here today without all the great support, encouragement and opportunity that my coaches, teammates, fans, friends and most importantly my family have given me throughout my life. I am very greatful for everything that has happened." "Winkler was a great place to develop as a hockey player and as a person. I wouldn't trade it for the world." concluded Peters. Returning for his second stint with the Flyers in 2012-2013, Peters backstopped the club during their improbably run to the post season and was outstanding in their first round playoff series against the Winnipeg Blues. The Morden native sported a 17-12-7 record during the regular season with a 3.13 goals against average and a .916 save percentage. During the playoffs, his save percentage jumped to .939 and his goals against average fell to 2.11. For more on this article Click Here. All the staff at GDI would like to wish Reed all the best as he moves forward with his career in hockey and starts the 2013-2014 year with the University of Nebraska-Omaha!