Sports, and specifically hockey, is something that came naturally to Dan. He played AAA in Spruce Grove and
then moved onto the junior level. “I graduated high school and didn’t know what I wanted to do. I went to the University of Alberta. While going there full time I still played in St. Albert for five years” explained the former Saint “I started at 16 and played until my overage year.” It was along his path of hockey that he “laid down the law” about his future legal career. For the past 17 years he’s been working as a labour lawyer for McLennan Ross. Despite his background, Bokenfohr didn’t labour over the decision to join the Champions Club. “To me it’s a good cause and one I wanted to support. When you get a chance to see how sports operates you understand the cost perspective,” explained the father of three.” Fees, travel, equipment, all adds up in a hurry. Sports can become something not accessible for financial reasons. It makes me quite happy to support an organization that helps make sports available to everyone.