Express add forward Daniel Juca
Commitment: Its time for another exciting Express announcement! Burnaby Forward DANIEL JUCA joins your Express roster. Juca played his last season with the Vancouver NE Chiefs. Welcome aboard Daniel! #allaboard 🚂 pic.twitter.com/HLfZmzMofG
— Coquitlam Express (@BCHLExpress) May 13, 2020
The Coquitlam Express added another forward on Wednesday with the commitment of Burnaby, BC native Daniel Juca for the 2020-21 season.
The 18-year-old had 16 goals and 26 assists in 34 games for the Vancouver NE Chiefs of the BC Major Midget League in 2019-20.
Juca also played two games with the Vernon Vipers as an affiliate player. In 2018-19, he played two games as an AP with Chilliwack. He has no points in his four career BCHL games.
Forward Cy LeClerc commits to Wenatchee
#WelcomeToWenatchee – Cy LeClerc
— Wenatchee Wild (@WenatcheeWild1) May 13, 2020
The Wenatchee Wild have signed forward Cy LeClerc for the upcoming 2020-21 season.
LeClerc, 17, played 50 games with the Islanders Hockey Club of the National Collegiate Development Conference in 2019-20 and put up 22 goals and 33 assists.
The Brentwood, New Hampshire product will play NCAA hockey in his home state in September 2021 as a member of the University of New Hampshire Wildcats.
Torrin White transfers from the University of Lethbridge to Carleton University
Lethbridge Pronghorns forward Torrin White will be making the jump to the Carleton Ravens of the OUA for the '20-21 season.
Although Lethbridge hockey folded last month, it's my understanding that White planned on playing his 5th year at Carleton as early as January.
— Victor Findlay (@Finder_24) May 11, 2020
Forward Torrin White (22 goals, 21 assists in 47 games with Langley in 2015-16) will transfer from the University of Lethbridge to Carleton University for the 2020-21 season.
According to Victor Findlay, who covers USports hockey like a blanket, White’s transfer is unrelated to the fact that the University of Lethbridge hockey program shut down last month.
Three Stars of the Night ⏪ May 14, 2015
First Star: Penticton forward Patrick Newell had two goals and two assists as the Vees beat the Soo Thunderbirds 5-2 to close out the preliminary round at the 2015 RBC Cup.
Second Star: Vees forward Demico Hannoun chipped in with three assists in the win.
Third Star: Soo forward Brett Jeffries have both of the Thunderbirds goals in the loss.
Honourable Mentions: Penticton forward Steen Cooper posted a goal and an assist. Vees forward Tyson Jost had a power play goal in the third period.