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Billet Family FAQ

1) What is a billet family?
Many players leave home ot play Junior hockey. A billet or host family home is where a player lives during the season (mid-August through April). 

2) Are billet families paid?
Families are paid $300 per month per player throughout their stay. This helps offset living expenses as the families are asked to provide three meals a day in addition to snacks. 

3) What kind of "family" is suitable to be a billet?
Billet families vary from two parent families, a household of children to empty nesters. There is no 'typical' family; just a safe family home.

4) Can a family host more than one player?
Yes! Two or more players can reside together in the same home. 


Brahmas have a shift in leadership

Date: Nov 21, 2013
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Brahmas have a shift in leadership

Sidelined by an injury since late October, #19 AJ Duggan has stepped down as the Brahmas' Captain. In his place, Coaches Dan Wildfong and Jeff Potter have promoted #21 Matt Lison. The Pittsburgh native has shown leadership both on and off the ice and is currently the team's lead scorer. He will be wearing the "C" for the first time this weekend as the Brahmas head to Corpus Christi, TX to take on the Ice Rays. #44 Donovan Gardiner will continue in his role as Alternate Captain alongisde #12 Anthony Mousseau who will be wearing the "A" now as well.

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