Daily Dose of the Dub: Pats and Blazers trim training camp rosters, Royals acquire Bryks, four teams sign prospects and more

Pats trim training camp roster to 28 

The Regina Pats have trimmed their training camp roster to 28 players. Notable cuts include 19-year old forward Haydyn Delorme, 16-year old defenseman Daylan Weigel, and 15-year-olds Zane RowanLayton Feist, Jacob Dewitt, and Matthew Kieper.  Delorme was likely released by the Pats while the others were re-assigned to their midget teams.

Blazers also trim roster to 28 

The Kamloops Blazers also cut their roster to 28 cutting 15-year olds Mats LindgrenDylan Ernst , and Tye Spencer. All three players were reported to have impressive camps and could be back with the team once their midget seasons conclude.

Royals acquire Bryks from Thunderbirds

The Victoria Royals have acquired Graeme Bryks from the Seattle Thunderbirds in exchange for a 2022 seventh-round pick. The 2001-born forward played 48 games for Seattle last year tallying one goal and seven assists. The move allows Seattle to give some more playing time to a strong group of 2003-born forwards while Victoria adds a veteran forward to a group that could struggle to produce offense this season.

Oil Kings sign four prospects to WHL Player Agreements 

The Edmonton Oil Kings have signed Brendan Kuny, Colby Knight, Ross Stanley, and Kolby Hay to WHL Player Agreements.

Kuny was the Oil Kings seventh-round pick in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft. The 2002-born forward suited up for the Sherwood Park Kings in the AMHL last season notching 14 goals and 17 assists in 33 games.

Knight joins the Oil Kings organization from the Red Deer North Stars of the AMHL where he posted an 11-2 record in 16 starts with a 2.58 GAA and .918 save percentage. He was the Oil Kings fifth-round pick in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft.

The highest pick out of this group is Ross Stanley who was the Oil Kings second-round pick in the most recent WHL Bantam Draft. The defenseman had four goals and 17 assists in 29 games with OHA Edmonton before being drafted by the Oil Kings.

Hay is the other goaltender from this group. A third-round pick in the 2019 WHL Bantam Draft, the Abbotsford, BC native posted a 11-8 record with one shutout, a 2.89 GAA and .891 save percentage with Yale Bantam Prep last season.

Raiders sign three to WHL Player Agreements 

The Prince Albert Raiders have signed Landon KosierAdam McNutt, and Logan Linklater to WHL Player Agreements.

Kosior joins the Raiders off their 50-man protected list. The 2002-born defenseman led the SMHL in points last season with 52 points for the Tisdale Trojans. He was expected to suit up for the USHL’s Chicago Steel this season but it looks like those plans have changed.

McNutt was selected by the Raiders in the fourth round of the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. He scored three goals with 12 assists in 41 games for the Saskatoon Contacts in the SMHL.

Linklater was a sixth-round pick of the Raiders in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. He had 14 goals and 18 assists in 39 games with the Swift Current Legionnaires of the SMHL last season.

Tigers sign Smith and Mackenzie

The first of two players signed by the Medicine Hat Tigers on Tuesday was 2019 second-round pick, Henry Smith. He played with Delta Hockey Academy last season recording 11 goals and 19 assists in 29 games.

The second player to sign with the Tigers was 2019 sixth-round pick, Tyler Mackenzie. Last season, the Red Deer, Alberta native put up 20 goals and 31 assists in 32 games with the Red Deer Rebels Bantam AAA in the AMBHL.

Silvertips sign son of former NHLer

The Everett Silvertips have signed Austin Roest, the son of former NHLer and current Tampa Bay assistant General Manager Stacy Roest (290 GP, 141 G, 268 A with the Medicine Hat Tigers), to a WHL Player Agreement. The younger Roest was selected by the Silvertips in the third round of the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. He played for the North Zone Kings and recorded 40 goals and 52 assists across the entire year.

Budy listed on Rivermen roster

After being acquired by the Vancouver Giants over the weekend, Brendan Budy has shown up on the Langley Rivermen roster in the BCHL. The Langley, BC native is committed to the University of North Dakota but the Giants are hopeful they can get him signed.

CHL unveils new jerseys for all 60 teams

The Canadian Hockey League officially unveiled their new CCM Quicklite jerseys for all 60 teams as we first reported would likely be happening in June. The jerseys are not drastically different in look for most teams but the jersey fabric “contains moisture-wicking properties with four-way stretch, softer hand feel, abrasion resistance, burst resistance, and breathability.  The patented ergonomic arm fit is consistent with NHL designs, while the lightweight mixmedia crest techniques will increase mobility and speed as players are no longer impeded by the stiffness of full embroidery.  Socks are also aligned with the jersey concept and include a new cut-resistant feature and QLT knit for a higher level of breathability” according to the CHL.

Bruins announce prospect camp roster

The Boston Bruins announced their prospect camp roster on Tuesday which includes graduating forward Dante Hannoun and Prince Albert Raiders defenseman Max Martin attending the camp on an invite basis.

Flyers announce rookie camp roster

The Philadelphia Flyers have released their rookie camp roster which includes Brandon Wheat Kings forward Ben McCartney and Kelowna Rockets defenseman Sean Comrie attending the camp on invites. Seattle Thunderbirds goaltender Roddy Ross and Everett Silvertips defenseman Wyatte Wylie are attending after being drafted by the team. Former WHLers Carson Twarynski and Egor Zamula are also listed on the roster.

Steelheads sign Bleackley

The Idaho Steelheads have signed Conner Bleackley (259 GP, 80 G, 103 A with the Red Deer Rebels) to an ECHL contract. Last season with the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage, he recorded five goals and 11 assists 57 games.

Pierro-Zabotel signs with ECHL’s Thunder

The Adirondack Thunder have signed Casey Pierro-Zabotel (121 GP, 55 G, 108 A with the Vancouver Giants) to an ECHL contract for the 2019-20 season. Last season with the ECHL’s Allen Americans he was limited to eight games with a goal and two assists.


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