2002-03: Versteeg began his junior career with the Lethbridge Hurricanes and completed the season with a total of 18 points and 32 penalty minutes in 57 games.
2003-04: Increased his production when he played 68 games and finished the season tied with Tampa Bay prospect Nick Tarnasky for the most points on the team with 49 (16g, 33a).
2004-05: Versteeg completed 68 games totaling 52 points (22g, 30a) and 68 penalty minutes.
2005-06: He began the season with the Kamloops Blazers, and totaled 12 points (6g, 6a) and 24 penalty minutes in 14 games, before being traded to the Red Deer Rebels in October of 2005. His combined total for the season was 48 points (16 goals, 32 assists) and 127 penalty minutes in 71 games. The skilled winger had nine games with two or more points and a total of five power-play goals. It wasn’t his highest-scoring season in the WHL, but then again, Versteeg spent more than a third of the season playing defense for the Rebels. Earned a tryout contract with the Providence Bruins following the close of the WHL season. Versteeg had two goals and four assists in 13 games with the P-Bruins.
2007-08: Versteeg helped light the lamp on a regular basis in
Read Hockey’s Future’s January 2004 interview with Versteeg here.
2006 HF Article on Versteeg.