Daily Dose of the Dub: King, Wilson sign with Heat, Masella commits to Carleton and more

 

King, Wilson sign with AHL’s Heat

Noah King (199 GP, 11 G, 48 A with the Swift Current Broncos and Spokane Chiefs from 2016-20) and Koletrane Wilson (190 GP, 11 G, 52 A with the Lethbridge Hurricanes from 2016-20) have both signed contracts with the AHL’s Stockton Heat for next season.

Masella commits to Carleton Ravens

Jeremy Masella (228 GP, 10 G, 32 A with the Victoria Royals and Prince Albert Raiders from 2016-20) will be heading to Ottawa next season as he’s committed to the Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team.

Fuller commits to Trinity Western University

Landon Fuller (21 GP, 1 A with the Tri-City Americans and Vancouver Giants from 2015-19) has committed to the Trinity Western Spartans for the 2020-21 season. Fuller joins the Spartans for their first year in USports.

Anholt named WHL Eastern Conference Executive of the Year

Lethbridge Hurricanes General Manager Peter Anholt was named the WHL’s Eastern Conference Executive of the Year. Anholt’s Hurricanes finished with a 37-19-2-5 record which placed the Hurricanes in third in the Central Division.

Bardsley wins WHL’s Western Conference Executive of the Year

Kamloops Blazers general manager Matt Bardsley has been the WHL’s Executive of the Year for the Western Conference. Bardsley’s Blazers finished with a 41-18-3-1 record to claim the B.C. division banner.

Raiders announce pair of awards

The Prince Albert Raiders announced two award winners on Tuesday first naming Aliaksei Protas the team’s leading scorer.

The Raiders also named Ozzy Wiesblatt the winner of the team’s Three Stars Award.

Tigers announce Hardest Working Players

The Medicine Hat Tigers have named James Hamblin and Ryan Chyzowski co-winners of the team’s Hardest Working Player award.

Hitmen announce Leading Scorer Award

Mark Kastelic and Riley Stotts have been named co-winners of the Calgary Hitmen’s leading scorer award as both finished the season with 68 games although Stotts played in six more games.

Cave Family, Oilers create Colby Cave Memorial Fund

The family of former Swift Current Bronco Colby Cave and the Edmonton Oilers organization have come together to launch the Colby Cave Memorial Fund which will raise money for mental health initiatives and to help underprivileged children get involved in sports.

Versteeg announces retirement from professional hockey

Kris Versteeg (264 GP, 62 G, 105 A with the Lethbridge Hurricanes, Kamloops Blazers and Red Deer Rebels from 2002-06) announced his retirement from professional hockey on Tuesday. His pro career included stops in Providence (AHL), Norfolk (AHL), Chicago (NHL), Rockford (AHL), Toronto (NHL), Philadelphia (NHL), Florida (NHL), Carolina (NHL), Los Angeles (NHL), Calgary (NHL), Avangard Omsk (KHL), Vaxjo (SHL), and finished in Slovakia with HK Nitra.

 

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