Tetachuk heads to Moose Jaw
TRADE: We have acquired 20-year-old goalie Carl Tetachuk from Lethbridge in exchange for a conditional 7th round pick in 2024
— Moose Jaw Warriors (@MJWARRIORS) June 10, 2021
Goaltender Carl Tetachuk (95GP, 50-28-11, 3.06GAA, .901sv%) has been traded by the Lethbridge Hurricanes to the Moose Jaw Warriors. the Hurricanes receive a conditional seventh-round WHL Prospects Draft pick in 2024. DUBNetwork has more on the trade –> HERE
Bentham traded to Lethbridge
— Lethbridge Hurricanes (@WHLHurricanes) June 10, 2021
The Hurricanes were busy on Thursday, acquiring 2003-born defenceman Nolan Bentham (52GP, 1G, 2A) from the Victoria Royals. The Royals picked up three draft picks (2nd round 2024, 7th round 2022, and 8th round 2022) as well as the rights to 2004-born American forward Chase LaPinta, who is committed to Arizona State University for 2023-24. 17-year-old Bentham did not play in 2020-21.
Martin re-signs with Texas Stars
Back on the blue line 🖊️
Max Martin has re-signed with the #txstars on an AHL contract. Glad to have you back Max!
(Transaction presented by #bluecornharvest) pic.twitter.com/Xui0Aj7rxv
— Texas Stars (@TexasStars) June 10, 2021
Defenceman Max Martin (271GP, 36G, 128A with Prince George, Prince Albert, and Kamloops ’15-’20) has re-signed with the Texas Stars, AHL affiliate of the Dallas Stars. Martin scored one goal and added two assists through nine AHL games in 2020-21, his first professional season. Martin won the Ed Chynoweth Cup with the Prince Albert Raiders in 2018-19.
Paddock commits to Acadia University
📢🅰️ The Acadia Axemen are proud to announce the commitment of goaltender Max Paddock to the program. Welcome to the Axemen family @paddockmax31 🏒🥅 Learn more about Max and why he chose Acadia, and hear from Coach Burns here:https://t.co/mNb3vMq9PK pic.twitter.com/d5B67W9Aqe
— Acadia Axemen Hockey (@axemenhockey) June 10, 2021
Goaltender Max Paddock (148GP, 64-58-14, 3.01GAA, .905sv% with Regina and Prince Albert) has committed to Acadia University for the 2021-22 season. With the Raiders in 2020-21, Paddock was 7-6-1, with a 2.87 goals-against average and a .903 save percentage.
Plihal signs extension
Forward Tomas Plihal (139GP, 67G, 96A with Kootenay ICE ’01-’03) has signed a contract extension with HC Jablonec nad Nisou of the Czech3 league. Last season, Plihal scored one goal and added three assists in three games. The ICE selected Plihal 16th overall at the 2001 CHL Import Draft. He was also a fifth-round NHL Draft pick of the San Jose Sharks in 2001.
Wheat Kings hire front office staff
The Wheat Kings have added Branden Crowe, Grady Manson, Jordan Kaspick and Wyatt Garden to the Front Office.
— Brandon Wheat Kings (@bdnwheatkings) June 10, 2021
The Brandon Wheat Kings announced on Thursday that they added four members to their front office/business staff. Play by play voice Branden Crowe will remain in that position while adding Director of Social Sales and Strategic Marketing to his portfolio. Meanwhile, Jordan Kaspick and Wyatt Garden have joined the Wheat Kings as Account Executives. Grady Manson joins the Wheat Kings in the role of Director of Corporate Sales.
Gillard hired as Rebels Director of Broadcasts and Media
Part time to full time! Troy Gillard has been named the team's permanent play by play voice, as "Director of Broadcasts and Media"!
— Red Deer Rebels (@Rebelshockey) June 10, 2021
Troy Gillard, the part-time voice of the Red Deer Rebels in 2020-21 has signed on to be the full-time Director of Broadcasts and Media. Gillard comes over from Jim Pattison Media, more specifically, RDNEWSNOW, Big 105.5FM, and 106.7 Rewind Radio. He is expected to step into the role in early July.