Clippers trade for Cameron from the West Kelowna Warriors


The Nanaimo Clippers swung a trade that sees them acquire 2002-born defenseman Skyler Cameron from the West Kelowna Warriors for future considerations.

Cameron, who’s from Las Vegas, NV, had two goals and four points for the Warriors during the 2020-21 pod season.

As a full-time BCHLer in 2019-20, he posted a goal and five points in 49 games with West Kelowna. Cameron actually made his BCHL debut in 2018-19 and played two games with Prince George as an affiliate.

That same season, he was with the Burnaby Winter Club U18 Prep team and had a solid 31 points in 34 games.