Friday, September 19, 2014

ICE Media Game Notes

ICE CHIPS: The KOOTENAY ICE begin their 19th season in the WHL and 17th in CRANBROOK after posting a 1-4-0-0 record in five pre-season games...The ICE hold a 9-6-2-1 overall record in season-opening games (4-3-1-1 on the road)...KOOTENAY, who play seven of their first eight games away from home, will conclude the two-game road trip tomorrow in EDMONTON...The ICE home opener is October 3 vs. SPOKANE.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN: KOOTENAY is currently carrying 27 players (three goaltenders, nine defensemen and 15 forwards)...The ICE roster is made up of two 1994-born players, eight 1995-born players, seven 1996-born players, seven 1997-born players, and three 1998-born players...KOOTENAY has 11 first-year players on its roster.

DID YOU KNOW: KOOTENAY has qualified for post-season play in each of the 16 years the team has been based in CRANBROOK (the longest active streak in the WHL)...The ICE also hold the WHL record for most consecutive seasons (15) with a .500 or better record (1999-2014)...KOOTENAY holds a 58-63-13-3 lifetime record versus RED DEER (33-29-8-1 at home, 25-34-5-2 on the road, 9-4-9-3 in overtime)...Tonight marks the sixth time the ICE have opened the regular season against the REBELS, with KOOTENAY holding a 1-2-1-1 record..Forward SAM REINHART led all ICE scorers against RED DEER during the 2013-14 season series with nine points (2-7-9)…RYAN CHYNOWETH needs one game to reach 150 career WHL regular season appearances...LEVI CABLE is two games short of 200 career WHL regular season appearances...First-year Defenseman CALE FLEURY is the younger brother of REBELS Defenseman HAYDN FLEURY.

TRANSACTIONS / INJURIES: Forward JAEDON DESCHENEAU (ST. LOUIS BLUES) and Defenseman TANNER FAITH (MINNESOTA WILD) are both currently attending NHL Training Camps...Forwards JON MARTIN (VANCOUVER CANUCKS) and LUKE PHILP (TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS) have been returned to the ICE after attending their respective teams' Rookie Camps...Forward LEVI CABLE will be out of the KOOTENAY line up day-to-day with a lower body injury...Defenseman RINAT VALIEV will be out of the ICE line up four to six weeks with a lower body injury.

ONE YEAR AGO: After one game of the 2013-14 season the ICE were 0-1-0-0, after two games 0-2-0-0 and after three games 1-2-0-0.

DRAFTED PLAYERS: RINAT VALIEV - Toronto Maple Leafs (3rd Round, 2014 NHL Draft), JAEDON DESCHENEAU - St. Louis Blues (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft), TANNER FAITH – Minnesota Wild (5th Round, 2014 NHL Draft).

Thursday, September 18, 2014

WHL Rule Changes

Calgary, AB – The Western Hockey League today announced a series of rule changes for the upcoming 2014-15 WHL Season, which opens Friday evening.
Rule changes for the 2014-15 WHL Season were tested during pre-season and most of the changes adopted by the National Hockey League (NHL):
*Indicates rule adopted by the NHL
1) Overtime
During the regular season, at the end of the third period of a tied game, there will be a two minute break prior to the start of a five (5) minute sudden-death overtime period (same as in previous seasons).
*The Clubs must change ends for the overtime period.
2) Shootout
Should a regular season game be tied after the five (5) minute sudden-death overtime period, the Zamboni(s) will do a dry scrape of the middle of the ice (same as in previous seasons).
*The Clubs must change ends again for the shootout.
*The home team shall have the choice of shooting first or second, and the Clubs shall alternate shots.
*The spin-o-rama type move where the player completes a 360 degree turn as he approaches the goal shall not be permitted. Should a player perform such a move during the penalty shot, the shot shall be stopped immediately by the referee, and no goal shall be permitted. (This also applies on regular penalty shot situations during a game)
3) Tripping
*A two minute minor penalty will be assessed when a defending player “dives” and trips an attacking player with his stick, body, arm or shoulder, regardless of whether the defending player is able to make initial contact with the puck.
*In situations where a penalty shot might otherwise be appropriate, if the defending player “dives” and touches the puck first (before the trip), no penalty shot will be awarded. (In such cases, the resulting penalty will be limited to a two minute minor for tripping).
4) No Change Icing
*When a Club commits a no change icing infraction, a face-off violation by that team will not result in the center being removed.
*Instead, the center will be warned by the linesman that his Club has committed their first face-off violation. The linesman will then conduct the face-off as quickly as possible.
*Any second violation by that same Club, on the same stoppage, will result in a bench minor penalty for delay of game (face-off violation) being assessed.
*If the center attempts to arrive at the face-off spot just as the five seconds elapse to gain an advantage to win the face-off, he shall not be removed from the face-off. The center will be warned by the linesman that his Club has committed a face-off violation. In the event the center then commits a second face-off violation, or the action is actually the second face-off violation, a bench minor penalty for delay of game will be assessed.
5) Puck Out of Bounds
With respect to the attacking Club being responsible for the puck going out of play in the attacking zone, the following exceptions apply, and as a result, the face-off shall be conducted at one of the face-off spots in the attacking zone:
*Shot at the net that deflects off the goal post or crossbar and out of play
*Shot at the net that breaks the glass
*Shot at the net that goes off the side of the net and out of play
*Shot at the net that goes off the dasher boards or glass and out of play
*Shot at the net that is tipped or deflected by a teammate out of play
*Shot at the net that becomes wedged in or on the exterior of the goal net
6) Video Goal Judge Reviewable Situation
When a goal has been scored and the Video Goal Judge has conclusive video evidence that the puck hit the netting (therefore out of play) and went back onto the ice surface which was undetected by the on-ice officials, this goal shall not be allowed. If the puck subsequently leaves the attacking zone after hitting the net, this play is no longer reviewable by the Video Goal Judge.

New WHL Playoff Format

Calgary, AB – The Western Hockey League will have a new playoff format for the 2015 WHL Playoffs. The new format mirrors that of the National Hockey League and is designed to enhance Divisional rivalries in the First Round of the WHL Playoffs.
The Western Hockey League’s Eastern and Western Conferences will use a Divisional/Conference hybrid playoff format, with the inclusion of Wild Card qualifiers, for the 2015 WHL Playoffs. All playoff series are still best-of-seven affairs.
The new format will see the top three Clubs in each Division make up the first six playoff qualifiers within each of the two WHL Conferences. The remaining two spots per Conference will be filled via Wild Cards, with the next two highest-placed Clubs in each Conference earning playoff berths based on their regular season record, regardless of Division.
In the First Round, the Division winner with the best record in each Conference will be matched against the wild card team with the lesser record; the wild card team with the better record will play the other Division winner. The second and third-place teams within each Division will also meet in the First Round.
First-round winners within each bracket play one another in the Second Round with the four winning Clubs advancing to the Conference Championships. Home ice advantage through the first two rounds goes to the Club that placed higher in regular season standings.
The two Clubs winning second round series in each Conference will advance to the third round (WHL Conference Championships), where they will be ranked in order of regular season points.
The Eastern and Western Conference Champions will advance to the best-of-seven WHL Championship Series, with the Club having the most regular season points receiving home ice advantage.

From The ICE Office

Cranbrook, BC – The Kootenay ICE Hockey Club is pleased to announce tickets for the club's 17th Home Opener will be available for purchase beginning Monday, September 22nd at 8:30 am. Super 7 Flex Paks will also be available for purchase at this time.

The 2014-15 Home Opener is scheduled for Friday, October 3rd against the Spokane Chiefs at 7:00 pm. The first 3,000 fans in attendance will receive a 2014-15 ICE Magnetic Schedule. Prior to the game, the ICE, the Kootenay ICE Fan Club and Coyote Jack's Bar & Grill will be holding a Booster Barbeque Tailgate Party in the southeast parking lot at Western Financial Place. Fans are invited to enjoy live entertainment as well as food and beverages at this family-friendly event from 4:30 - 6:30 pm.

Season ticket packages for the 2014-15 season will be available for pickup beginning Sunday, September 28th at the third annual ICE Pancake Breakfast, compliments of Coyote Jack's Bar & Grill. Season ticket holders are welcome to visit Western Financial Place for pancakes and refreshments with ICE players and staff from 10:00 am - noon. For those unable to attend, season ticket packages will be available for pickup at the Kootenay ICE office beginning Monday, September 29th at 8:30 am.

Season tickets can be purchased until Monday, October 6th at 5:00 pm. Single game tickets for the remainder of the 2014-15 season will be available for sale beginning Wednesday, October 8th.

Adult $22.00
Senior (65+) $17.00
Student (13-25)* $15.00
Youth (4-12) $12.00
Plus applicable ticket surcharges.
* must present valid full-time student ID

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

ICE Update

Jon Martin is back from attending the Vancouver Canucks Prospect camp and Luke Philp is on his way back after attending the Toronto Maple Leaf Prospect Camp.
Jaedon Descheneau (St. Louis) and Tanner Faith (Minnesota) have been invited to their NHL teams' Main Camps.
Rinat Valiev (Toronto) is unavailable due to an injury.
Mackenzie Skapski (Rangers), Sam Reinhart (Buffalo) and Tim Bozon (Montreal) are also at Main Camps.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Kootenay vs Calgary Exhibition Game #5

Crowsnest Pass, Alb – The Calgary Hitmen scored 4 first period goals on their way to a 4-1 win over the Kootenay ICE.

The teams combined for 5 goals in the period including Austin Wellsby getting his 2nd of the preseason with a rebound on the powerplay.

Wyatt Hoflin started in net and went the distance.

The ICE finished the preseason with a 1-4-0 record.

The ICE will start the regular season Friday in Red Deer.

The ICE were 2 skaters short of a complete line-up.

ICE Scratches – Valiev, Faith, Descheneau, Philp, Martin, Williams, King, Cable, Alfaro.

ICE at NHL Prospect Camps

Tanner Faith - Minnesota - 2 GP 0-0-0 4pm
Sam Reinhart - Buffalo - 2 GP 0-0-0 0pm
Mackenzie Skapski - New York Rangers - 1 GP 1-0-0 0.94 .973%
Jaedon Descheneau - St. Louis - 3 GP 1-0-1 2pm
Rinat Valiev - Toronto -
Luke Philp - Toronto - 1 GP
Tim Bozon - Montreal -
Jon Martin - Vancouver - 1 GP 0-0-0 0pm

Saturday, September 13, 2014

8 ICE at NHL Prospect Camps

Toronto plays a game tonight against Chicago. Reports out of Toronto say Rinat Valiev will not play because he has a knee injury. The Leafs also have games on Sunday and Tuesday and Luke Philp should be in the line-up for some of those games.

Jaedon Descheneau scored a 3rd period goal for St. Louis against Detroit. The Blues will play again today and Monday.

Tanner Faith was not in the line-up for Minnesota's game yesterday. Today they play the Blues and have another game on Monday.

Jon Martin
was in the line-up for Vancouver in an overtime loss to Edmonton. The Canucks play again on Sunday and Monday.

Will Sam Reinhart stay the whole season with Buffalo. Bleacher Report tells us more.
Reinhart was in the line-up in a loss to Carolina. They play again today and Monday.

Mackenzie Skapski is with the New York Rangers and was the back-up in yesterday's game. They play again today and Monday.

Tim Bozon is at Montreal's camp.|MTL|home

Friday, September 12, 2014

Kootenay vs Lethbridge Exhibition Game #4

Crowsnest Pass, Alb – Goalies Jayden Sittler and Keelan Williams combined for 27 saves as the Kootenay ICE improved to a preseason record of 1-3-0 with a 2-0 win over the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

Sittler started the game and finished with 19 saves and Williams took over midway through the game and had 8 saves.

The ICE opened the scoring in the first period on 3-way passing play completed by Zak Zborosky who notched his 2nd of the preseason.

In the 2nd period Kyle O'Connor was near the net to pounce on a rebound for his 1st of the exhibition season.

The ICE will wrap-up the preseason Sunday afternoon at 2 against Calgary.

The ICE were 2 skaters short of a complete line-up.

ICE Scratches – Valiev, Faith, Descheneau, Philp, Martin, Hoflin, King, Cable, Alfaro.

Game Summary

1st Period
1. Kootenay, Zborosky 2 (Allan, Vetterl) 14:29
Penalties – Ktn Fleury (tripping) 10:38, Leth Folk (roughing) Ktn Steenbergen (slashing) 11:26, Ktn Allbee (tripping) 16:10.
2nd Period
2. Kootenay, O'Connor (Chirva, Overdyk) 12:00
Penalties – Ktn Allan (interference) 4:09.
3rd Period
No Scoring.
Penalties – Leth Lenchyshyn Ktn Wellsby (fighting, game misconduct) 1:54, Leth Holub (hooking) 6:40, Leth Nemeth Ktn Ryan Chynoweth (fighting, game misconduct) 9:56, Leth Nielsen Ktn Vetterl (fighting, game misconduct) 18:10, Ktn Steenbergen (contact to the head) 18:48.
Shots on goal by
Lethbridge – 14 – 8 – 5 = 27
Kootenay - 8 - 9 – 10 = 27
Goal (shots-saves) – Lethbridge: Skinner (27-25) Kootenay: Sittler (19-19) Williams (9:41 second) (8-8)
Power plays (goals-chances) - Lethbridge: 0/4 Kootenay: 0/1
Referees – Matt Cassidy, Jason Cramer
Linesmen – Scott Sharun, Justin Slimm

ICE Weekend

The Kootenay ICE will be in the Crowsnest Pass this weekend for 2 exhibition games.
Tonight at 7 they'll face-off against Lethbridge and Sunday afternoon at 2 they play Calgary.
With 5 players at NHL camps (Valiev-Toronto, Philp Toronto, Faith-Minnesota, Descheneau-St. Louis, Martin-Vancouver) the ICE are down to 22 available players.
Listen for period reports on The Drive and B-104 and there will be updates on twitter.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Big Week Of Practice

The Kootenay ICE are back home after going 0-3-0 in Tri City.
As far as wins-and-losses are concerned the ICE have always struggled in this tournament as they were playing teams who started their training camps 1-2 weeks earlier than the ICE and are playing their 4th and 5th preseason games.
The club is really looking forward to working on their team systems with practices Monday-Thursday and then will play exhibition games against Lethbridge (Friday evening) and Calgary (Sunday afternoon) in the Crowsnest Pass.
The ICE will not make any cuts to the roster and will remain with 27 players (3 goalies, 9 defensemen, 15 forwards).
5 will be leaving the club this week to attend NHL camps, Rinat Valiev and Luke Philp to Toronto's camp, Jaedon Deschenau to St. Louis, Tanner Faith to Minnesota and Jon Martin to Vancouver.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Kootenay vs Everett Exhibition Game #3

Kennewick, Wash – The Kootenay ICE preseason record dropped to 0-3-0-0 with a 8-2 loss to the Everett Silvertips.

The ICE got 2nd period goals from Austin Wellsby and Zak Zborosky, both with their 1st goals of the exhibition season.

Goalie Jayden Sittler made his 1st appearance of the preseason and made 23 saves.

In the 5 years the ICE have played a 3-game preseason tournament in Tri City they have a record of 1-14-0.

The ICE will play Lethbridge and Calgary next weekend in the Crowsnest Pass to wrap-up the preseason.


ICE Scratches – Hoflin, Overdyk, Philp, Descheneau, Cable, Faith, Alfaro.

Game Summary
1st Period-
1, Everett, Laurencelle 3   0:30.
2, Everett, Stockl 1 (Malenica), 4:44.
3, Everett, Bauml 1 (Juulsen, Nikolishin), 5:16 (PP).
4, Everett, Sandhu 2 (Davis, Low), 15:47.
Penalties-Wellsby Ktn (tripping), 4:56; Pfeifer Evt (cross checking), 16:33.

2nd Period-
5, Kootenay, Wellsby 1 (O'Shaughnessy, Vetterl), 9:44.
6, Everett, Aasman 1 (Fonteyne, MacDonald), 11:58.
7, Everett, Malenica 1   15:45.
8, Kootenay, Zborosky 1   19:49.
Penalties-Murray Ktn (holding), 1:50; Sandhu Evt (high sticking), 5:33; Fonteyne Eve (cross checking), 13:33.

3rd Period-
9, Everett, Low 1 (Sandhu, Bauml), 1:32.
10, Everett, Millar 2 (Juulsen, Nikolishin), 7:12.
Penalties-Chynoweth Ktn (checking from behind), 16:19.

Shots on Goal-Kootenay 8-6-4-18. Everett 11-10-10-31.
Power Play Opportunities-Kootenay 0 / 3; Everett 1 / 3.
Goalies-Kootenay, Sittler 0-1-0-0 (31 shots-23 saves). Everett, Lotz 2-0-0-0 (11 shots-11 saves); Petit 0-1-0-0 (7 shots-5 saves).
Referees-Andrew Wilk (80).
Linesmen-Jeremi Del Campo (44), Anthony Guzzo (135).

Friday, September 5, 2014

Kootenay vs Portland Exhibition Game #2

Kennewick, Wash – The Kootenay ICE preseason record dropped to 0-2-0 with a 5-3 loss to the Portland Winterhawks.

Luke Philp (2g 1a) and Jaedon Descheneau (1g 2a) each had 3 point games. Philp has 4 goals in the first 2 games of the preseason.

Goalie Keelan Williams made his first ever WHL appearance and went the distance and made 28 saves.

The ICE will play against Everett on Saturday and the game starts at Noon.


ICE Scratches – Hoflin, Alfaro, Wellsby, Loschiavo, Fleury, Overdyk, O'Shaughnessy.

Game Summary
1st Period-
1, Kootenay, Philp 3 (Descheneau, Murray), 3:04.
Penalties-Texeira Por (hooking), 7:14; Descheneau Ktn (inter. on goaltender), 17:58.

2nd Period-
2, Portland, Turgeon 1 (De Leo), 8:49 (PP).
3, Portland, Turgeon 2 (Schoenborn, De Leo), 15:43.
4, Portland, Bittner 2 (Bjorkstrand, Petan), 18:17.
Penalties-Descheneau Ktn (high sticking), 6:59; Turgeon Por (game misconduct), 19:20.

3rd Period-
5, Portland, Iverson 1 (Schoenborn), 13:45.
6, Kootenay, Philp 4 (Descheneau), 15:12.
7, Kootenay, Descheneau 1 (Philp, Martin), 15:42.
8, Portland, Bjorkstrand 4 (Smith, Cederholm), 19:52 (EN).
Penalties-Smith Por (kneeing), 3:07; Iverson Por (tripping), 5:41; Valiev Ktn (hooking), 11:07.

Shots on Goal-Portland 12-10-11-33. Kootenay 11-4-4-19.
Power Play Opportunities-Portland 1 / 3; Kootenay 0 / 3.
Goalies-Portland, Burke 2-0-0-0 (19 shots-16 saves). Kootenay, Williams 0-1-0-0 (32 shots-28 saves).
Referees-Trevor Shively (11), Jason Nissen (91).
Linesmen-Jarrod Boman (116), Joel Nyberg (145).

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Kootenay @ Tri City Exhibition Game #1

Kennewick, Wash – The Kootenay ICE opened their WHL exhibition season with a 5-4 loss to the Tri City Americans

In the first period the teams combined for 6 goals, ICE got goals from Luke Philp, Jon Martin on the powerplay and Ryan Chynoweth.
Chynoweth and Kyle O'Connor were involved in fights in the 2nd period which comes with an automatic game misconduct in the preseason.
Early in the 2nd the Americans jumped out to a 5-3 lead but after a successful penalty-kill Luke Philp scored his 2nd of the game to cut the deficit to one.
On the first shift of the 3rd period Tanner Faith was given a game misconduct for fighting.
Goalies Wyatt Hoflin and Eric Comrie made big saves in the 3rd period to keep it a 1-goal game.
ICE called a time out and pulled their goalie with 1:40 left but couldn't find the equalizer.
Kootenay will play Portland on Friday afternoon.


ICE Scratches – Keelan Williams, Dylan Overdyk, Tyler King, Austin Vetterl, Rinat Valiev, Levi Cable, Matt Alfaro.

Game Summary
1st Period-
1, Tri-City, Nickles 2 (Southam, Coghlan), 1:11.
2, Kootenay, Philp 1 (Chirva, Steenbergen), 7:56.
3, Kootenay, Martin 1 (Loschiavo), 11:07 (PP).
4, Tri-City, Williams 1 (Southam, Comrie), 14:31.
5, Tri-City, Williams 2 (Wotherspoon, Bowles), 17:54 (PP).
6, Kootenay, Chynoweth 1   19:04.
Penalties-McCue T.c (tripping), 8:02; Williams T.c (cross checking), 9:57; Williams T.c (kneeing), 12:11; Beattie Ktn (cross checking), 16:33; Faith Ktn (roughing, roughing), 19:56; Rutledge T.c (roughing), 19:56.

2nd Period-
7, Tri-City, Lukin 1 (Bowles, McCue), 1:32 (PP).
8, Tri-City, Bowles 1 (Lukin, McCue), 5:18.
9, Kootenay, Philp 2 12:24.
Penalties-Andrusiak T.c (hooking), 7:03; Chynoweth Ktn (major-fighting, game misconduct), 7:42; Playfair T.c (major-fighting, game misconduct), 7:42; Martin Ktn (charging), 9:48; O'Connor Ktn (major-fighting, game misconduct, game misconduct), 13:40; Hillis T.c (major-fighting, game misconduct, game misconduct), 13:40; Beattie Ktn (roughing), 15:35; Faith Ktn (roughing), 18:18; James T.c (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 18:18.

3rd Period-
No Scoring.
Penalties-Faith Ktn (major-fighting, game misconduct), 0:25; James T.c (major-fighting, game misconduct), 0:25; Carlo T.c (elbowing), 4:05; Wotherspoon T.c (slashing), 9:00; served by Andrusiak T.c (too many men), 12:15.

Shots on Goal-Kootenay 13-9-7-29. Tri-City 14-13-12-39.
Power Play Opportunities-Kootenay 1 / 7; Tri-City 2 / 4.
Goalies-Kootenay, Hoflin 0-1-0-0 (39 shots-34 saves). Tri-City, Comrie 2-1-0-0 (29 shots-25 saves).
Referees-Jeff Ingram (82), Andrew Wilk (80).
Linesmen-Jason Michelbook (112), Devon Sephton (149)

Kootenay Starts Preseason

The Kootenay ICE will be in Tri City to play 3 preseason games in the next 3 days.
Tonight they'll face-off against the Americans, Friday vs Portland and Saturday they'll play Everett.
The club will bring all 27 players on their roster.
Next week the club will be without 5 players who will be attending NHL camps. (Valiev-Toronto, Philp Toronto, Faith-Minnesota, Descheneau-St. Louis, Martin-Vancouver)
This is the 5th year in a row that the ICE will play 3 exhibition games in a mini-tournament in Kennewick, Washington.
They are playing teams that started their training camp 7-10 days earlier than the ICE.
Overall the ICE have a 1-11-0 record in the previous years.
Listen for period reports on all exhibition games on The Drive and B-104.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

ICE Roster Breakdown

Goalies (3)

30 Wyatt Hoflin

Jayden Sittler
18-year-old goalie
Alberta AAA Midget Red Deer 20 GP 12-4-2 2.03 .913% 2 SO
Playoffs 11 9-2 1.61 .931% 3 SO
Kootenay 1 GP 1-0-0 0.00 1.000%

Keelan Williams
18-year-old goalie
AJHL Okotoks 14 GP 8-3-1 2.39 .904% 2 SO

Defense (9)

2 Troy Murray
3 Jordan Steenbergen
7 Tyler King
24 Rinat Valiev
27 Tanner Faith

Bryan Allbee
17-year-old defenseman
BC AAA Midget Cariboo 39 GP 16-21-37 85pm
Playoffs 2 GP 1-0-1 14pm

Cale Fleury
16–year-old defenseman
4th round pick in 2013 Bantam Draft
Sask AAA Midget Notre Dame 44 GP 7-22-29 50pm

Mark O’Shaughnessy
17-year-old defenseman
BC U-18 POE 44 GP 1-21-22 26pm

Dylan Overdyk
17-year-old defenseman
2nd round pick in 2012 Bantam Draft
Alberta AAA Midget Edmonton 29 GP 0-0-0 10pm
Kootenay 4 GP 0-0-0 0pm

Forwards (15)

8 Ryan Chynoweth
9 Kyle O’Connor
11 Jon Martin
12 Luke Philp
14 Jaedon Descheneau
15 Austin Vetterl
21 Matt Alfaro
22 Zak Zborosky
26 Levi Cable

Alexander Chirva
- Moose Jaw 58 GP 2-4-6 15pm

Shane Allan
17-year-old forward
7th round pick in 2012 Bantam Draft
Alberta AAA Midget Calgary 35 GP 11-4-15 20pm

River Beattie
17-year-old forward
6th round pick in 2012 Bantam Draft
AJHL Lloydminster 36 GP 2-2-4 37pm
Playoffs 12 GP 0-0-0 2pm

Jared Legien
16-year-old forward
1st round pick in 2013 Bantam Draft
Sask AAA Midget Moose Jaw 43 GP 13-17-30 20pm
Playoffs 4 GP 0-0-0 0pm

Vince Loschiavo
16-year-old forward
2nd round pick in 2013 Bantam Draft
Manitoba AAA Bantam Winnipeg 23 GP 10-9-19 14pm
Playoffs 6 GP 1-2-3 21pm

Austin Wellsby
17-year-old forward
4th round pick in 2012 Bantam Draft
BC AAA Midget Fraser Valley 38 GP 19-30-49 18pm
Playoffs 2 GP 0-1-1 2pm
Kootenay 5 GP 0-0-0 0pm