Spruce Kings and Bandits swap forwards
The Brooks Bandits have acquired '01 born forward Ryan McAllister from the @SpruceKings in exchange for '01 born forward Mason Reeves.
We thank Mason for his time in Brooks and welcome Ryan to our team!
— Brooks Bandits (@BrooksBandits) January 2, 2020
The Prince George Spruce Kings swapped 18-year-old forwards with the Brooks Bandits of the AJHL on Thursday. PG sent Ryan McAllister to Brooks in exchange for Mason Reeves. McAllister, a Western Michigan University commit, had 5 goals and 9 assists in 37 games with the Spruce Kings this season. Reeves posted 1 goal and 7 assists in 27 games with the Bandits so far in 2019-20.
Express trade defenceman Gill to Weyburn for futures
TRADE: We have traded defenceman Kabir Gill to the SJHL's @weyburnredwings in exchange for future considerations. We wish the best for Kabir with his new team in Weyburn.#AllAboard pic.twitter.com/HDD5DDXFCG
— Coquitlam Express Jr. A Hockey Club (@BCHLExpress) January 2, 2020
The Coquitlam Express have moved defenceman Kabir Gill to the Weyburn Red Wings of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for future considerations. Gill, 19, has 1 goal and 6 assists in 47 games with the Express since debuting with the team in Sept. 2018.
Clippers goaltender Naylor named BCHL Player of the Month for December
Nanaimo Clippers G Jordan Naylor is your FortisBC Player of the Month for December!
Naylor led the league in SV% and GAA in the month and also finished with 2 shutouts.
Read more: https://t.co/1pzISmiBUO
— BC Hockey League (@GoBCHL) January 2, 2020
The BCHL announced on Thursday that Nanaimo Clippers goaltender Jordan Naylor is the league’s player of the month for Dec. 2019. Naylor went 4-4 during the month with a 1.83 goals against average, a .940 save percentage and two shutouts.
Warriors extend IR status of defenceman Harrison
The West Kelowna Warriors will be without defenceman Jake Harrison for at least six more games. Harrison, who hasn’t played since Sept. 6, had his injured reserve status extended by 15 days on Thursday. The 20-year-old is now eligible to return to the Warriors line-up on Jan. 18 at home against Cowichan Valley.
Chiefs coach Maloney to lead West at CJHL Prospects Game
Head coaches named for #CJHLHockey Prospects Game, Jan. 14 in Hamilton, Ont. Corey Beer @TimminsRock (@NOJHL) to guide Team East; Brian Maloney @Chiefs_Hockey (@GoBCHL) leads Team West. Details: https://t.co/q6mCMUeDj8 pic.twitter.com/qqkeWE0KGv
— CJHL (@cjhlhockey) January 1, 2020
Chilliwack Chiefs head coach Brian Maloney has been selected to lead West at the CJHL Prospects Game on Jan. 14 in Hamilton, ON. Maloney has the Chiefs second in the Mainland Division at 18-11-5-4, seventh in the BCHL in goals for and fifth in goals against. It’s his first time coaching at the CJHL Prospects Game.
Tkac’s run at World Juniors ends with loss to Canada
Merritt Centennials forward Daniel Tkac and Slovakia were eliminated from the World Junior Hockey Championship on Thursday after a 6-1 loss to Canada. Tkac finished the tournament tied for fourth in scoring on Slovakia with a goal and an assist in four games.
Former Vees defenceman Reilly traded from Montreal to Ottawa
— Ottawa Senators (@Senators) January 2, 2020
Defenceman Mike Reilly (24 goals, 59 assists in 51 games with Penticton in 2011-12) was traded on Thursday from the Montreal Canadiens to the Ottawa Senators for a 2021 fifth round draft pick and forward Andrew Sturtz. Reilly, 26, has 4 assists in 14 games with the Habs this season.
BCHL veteran forward Hadley signs with junior B Westshore
Christmas is not over just yet for Wolves fans
Westshore has signed forward Lach Hadley who will be in the lineup tonight! pic.twitter.com/hwQUsIX60Y
— Westshore Wolves (@WestshoreWolves) January 2, 2020
Forward Lach Hadley (7 goals, 9 assists in 104 games with Victoria, Cowichan Valley and Penticton from 2017-19) has signed with the Westshore Wolves of the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League. The 19-year-old had 2 goals and 5 assists in 14 games with Portage of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League this season after starting the year with 1 goal in five games with Penticton.
Former Cowichan Valley/Trail forward Jacklin leaves EIHL team
📰 NEWS 📰: The Glasgow Clan can confirm that forward #⃣5⃣4⃣ Scott Jacklin has left the club with immediate effect, to head home for family reasons.
— Glasgow Clan 🏒 (@ClanIHC) January 2, 2020
Scott Jacklin (65 goals, 129 assists in 209 games with Cowichan Valley and Trail from 2006-11) left the Glasgow Clan of the UK’s Elite Ice Hockey League to return home for personal reasons. Jacklin had 1 goal and 2 assists with the Clan since joining the club in late November.
BCHL Trade Tracker (since Dec. 1)
Trades Made Within BCHL: 3
Trades Made With Teams Outside BC: 3
Future Considerations: 4