TJ Dumonceaux - Vernon Viper forward

#12 – TJ Dumonceaux

TJ Dumonceaux - second-year forward with the Vernon Vipers.

Nickname: TJ

DOB: June 13, 1994

Position: Forward

Height/Weight: 5-foot-10, 185 lbs

Shoots: Right

Hometown: Kelowna

Favourite Team & Player: Red Wings, Crosby

Favourite Music/Band: Drake

Hobbies & Interests: Skiing, snowmobiling

Career Ambition: Hockey player

Best Hockey Advice: Give it all you got. Never quit.

2012-13 Stats:

Team: Vipers

GP: 47 G: 8 A: 8 Pts: 16 PIM: 32

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