BCHL alumni chosen for Canada at Winter Olympic games in Beijing
Four BCHL alumni have been named to the 2022 Canadian Men’s Olympic team that is heading to Beijing, China. Of them, three is on the team’s roster and one is an alternate.
30-year-old forward Daniel Carr (10 goals, 17 assists in 22 games with Powell River in 2009-10), 34-year-old forward Ben Street (42 goals, 60 assists in 110 games with Salmon Arm from 2003-05), and 27-year-old forward Adam Tambellini (63 goals, 58 assists in 107 games with Vernon and Surrey from 2011-13) are each added as rostered players for Team Canada.
20-year-old forward Kent Johnson (61 goals, 86 assists in 111 games with Trail from 2017-20) is an alternate for Canada.
Greenfield called up to Stockton
Greenfield, who is from Parkland, FL, played just one ECHL game this season and is 0-1-0 with a 3.12 goals-against average and a .864 save percentage. This is his second professional season following four seasons at the University of Calgary.
Thunder acquire Meyer
Meyer, who hails from Edina, MN, played 15 games with the Admirals this season, posting three assists. He is in his second season of professional hockey following four years of NCAA hockey at Colgate University.
Andrusiak dealt to Cincinnati
The ECHL’s Cincinnati Cyclones have acquired forward Zack Andrusiak (three assists in 23 games with West Kelowna, Salmon Arm, and Vernon from 2013-16) from the Idaho Steelheads.
Andrusiak, who hails from Yorkton, SK, played 26 games for the Steelheads this season where he scored nine times and added 14 assists. He is in his third season in the ECHL.