Where are they Now?

Where are they Now?

This page will feature past Nanaimo MHA players, if you have information on a past NMHA player and where they have continued on and would like to see it published please send your information with pictures to nanaimomha@shaw.ca.


Steve ParsonsLeft wing – shoots L
Born Mar 12, 1975 – Vancouver, BC
Height 6.04  – Weight 235  [193cm / 107 kg]

Steve played in nine leagues over the course of his career.

1992-93 Kamloops Blazers – Western Hockey League

1994-95 Nanaimo Clippers – BC Junior Hockey League

1995-96 Laval Titan College Franc –Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

1996-97 Nanaimo Cilppers – BC Junior Hockey League

1996-97 Reno Renegades – West Coast Hockey League

1998-99 Bakersfield Fog – West Coast Hockey League

1999-00 Concordia University

1999-00 Milwaukee Admirals – International Hockey League

1999-00 Madison Kodiaks

2000-01 Fort Wayne Komets – United Hockey League

2000-01 Wheeling Nailers – East Coast Hockey League

2000-01 Wilkes – Barre / Scranton Pen –American Hockey League

2001-02 Hershey Bears – American Hockey League

2002-03 Wilikes-Barre / Scranton Pen –American Hockey League

2003-04 Providence Bruins – American Hockey League




Bria SharkeyBria is currently studying at Saint Mary’s University, Halifax.  She is finishing up her 3rd year of university, majoring in psychology, minor in human resources.  Bria is very focused on her studies, and this year took the team award at the athletic banquet for top academics on the team.  She has achieved “Academic All-Canadian” status in the CIS in both her first and second years of university, and plans to graduate next year with honors.  After graduating and working for a year, Bria plans to go back to school to complete her masters in psychology.

Two-goaliesBria has stayed active in coaching hockey as well, and has completed her “Development 1”.  She has worked with girls in Halifax Minor Hockey, and with BC Hockey at the U14 and U18 levels.  Bria is off to Salmon Arm this summer as soon as she returns from Halifax to assistant coach at the BC Cup.


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