Last season, Schwab was the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League's Top Scorer and received the E.E. Henning Memorial Trophy for being the SJHL's Most Valuable Player after totaling 25 goals and 60 assists in 51 games for the Kindersley Klippers. Schwab also finished second on the team in penalty minutes with 162 and was twice named SJHL Player of the Week during his final Junior A season.
The LSSU line of senior Nathan Ward, junior Trent Campbell and Schwab was responsible for three of the the Lakers' seven goals for the weekend.
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