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He is already a Western Hockey League champion. 

He then scored one of the biggest goals in franchise history with the Moose Jaw Warriors at the Memorial Cup.

With just more than 90 seconds left in their final round-robin game against Drummondville, Ziprick scored the game-winning goal, one that advanced the Warriors to the semi-final.

It would be hard to top those two massive achievements. The list of big-time achievements; however, does continue to grow for the star from Russell. Playing in the Warriors Alumni tournament at the Hillcrest Golf Club, Aiden used his seven iron to ace the par 3, 6th hole. It was Ziprick's first-ever hole-in-one and it came alongside his teammates.

"It was pure joy, it felt incredible," said Ziprick. "I have been golfing for as long as I can remember and to finally get an ace, it's something I will never forget."

Aiden's off-ice training will continue before heading back to Moose Jaw for the upcoming season.

They open their 2024-25 season at Westoba Place in Brandon against the Wheat Kings on September 20 and the next night, they will raise their championship banner to the rafters at the Moose Jaw Events Centre as they square off against Brayden Dube and the Prince Albert Raiders.