Sept 1,2014(ISN) – Brandon, MB. — The Brandon Wheat Kings reassigned
eleven players Sunday night following the club’s annual Canad Inns
Intrasquad game at Westman Communications Group Place.
players were four 17-year old prospects, three 16-year olds and four
15-year olds, who are ineligible to play in 2014-15.
Following is the list of the players reassigned Sunday night:
Goal Evan Robert, 16
Defence Jarrod Gourley, 15
Defence Aaron Kellogg, 17
Defence James Shearer, 17
Defence Ian Mitchell, 15
Forward Ben Dalke, 16
Forward James McIsaac, 15
Forward Braeden Binda, 16
Forward Connor Gutenberg, 15
Forward Brayden Billaney, 16
Forward Tristen Elder, 17
Monday’s annual Intrasquad game, Tim McGauley scored twice and set up
another while Jayce Hawryluk added a goal and three points to lead Team
White to a 6-3 victory.
Quintin Lisoway, Eric Roy and Jesse
Gabrielle also scored for the Whites, who outshot Team Black 41-29.
Brett Kitt, Kord Pankewicz and Colton Waltz replied for the Blacks, who
trailed 2-0 and 3-1 at the period breaks.
As a result of Sunday
night’s moves, the Wheat Kings have trimmed their pre-season roster to
33 players – three goalkeepers, ten defencemen and 20 forwards. Of
those, six will be leaving for National Hockey League training camps in
September (Jordan Papirny – Montreal Canadiens; Eric Roy – Calgary
Flames; Jayce Hawryluk – Florida Panthers; Peter Quenneville – Columbus
Blue Jackets; John Quenneville – New Jersey Devils and Richard
Nejezchleb – New York Rangers) and one is a 15-year old – center Stelio
Mattheos, who was the first overall selection in this year’s Western
Hockey League Bantam Draft.
Following is the list of players on the Wheat Kings’ pre-season roster:
Jordan Papirny, Logan Thompson and Josh Dechaine
Provorov, Mark Matsuba, Eric Roy, Michael Mylchreest, Ryan Pilon,
Colton Waltz, Mark Tarashuk, Taylor Green, Kale Clague and Kord
Gabrielle, Duncan Campbell, Quintin Lisoway, Kirklan Lycar, Stelio
Mattheos, Ryley Lindgren, Tim McGauley, Linden McCorrister, Peter
Quenneville, Jayce Hawryluk, Dylan Thiessen, John Quenneville, Rihards
Bukarts, Braylon Shmyr, Brett Kitt, Nolan Patrick, Tanner Kaspick,
Richard Nejezchleb, Tyler Coulter and Ty Lewis
A former member of
the AAA Midget Wheat Kings, Lewis was injured during this week’s Rookie
Camp and is expected to remain with the WHL club for the time being.
The 5’10” 176 lb. local product was chosen by Brandon in the third round
(47th overall) in the 2013 bantam draft.