October 4, 2012, Merritt, BC – The Merritt Centennials have traded forward Brayden Low (94) to the Powell River Kings for future considerations.
Low, who’s from Steveston, BC, was into his second season as a Centennial. In 47 games, he posted five goals and 11 assists for 16 points.
“I have the utmost repsect for Brayden as a person and as a hockey player, but unfortunately we needed to make room on our roster to add a defenseman.” said Cents GM & Head Coach Luke Pierce. “We had not anticipated Brayden returning from the Western Hockey League and had built our team based on that.”
“Brayden played very well for us the past two weeks and we will miss his presence and character,” Pierce continued. “We feel we can now move forward and work with this roster to solidify the type of team and identity we will have.”
The Centennials would like to thank Dustin for his many contributions to our community and our team and wish him all the best in Powell River.
For further information, please contact Cents GM and Head Coach Luke Pierce at 250-378-3607 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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