In all three camps he’s attended Wyatt has left a positive impression
EDMONTON, ALTA. – The Edmonton Oil Kings have signed defenceman Wyatt McLeod to a Western Hockey League standard player agreement general manager Randy Hansch announced today.
McLeod, 16, was a seventh-round pick of the Oil Kings in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft, 142nd overall. The 6’1, 166-pound native of Dawson Creek, B.C. is a left-handed shot who spent the past season with the Pursuit of Excellence Prep in Kelowna, posting 16 points (4G,12A) in 36 games.
“We’re very happy Wyatt has chosen to come to the Western Hockey League and the Edmonton Oil Kings program,” Hansch said. “He has had continued growth in his game since we drafted him from the Dawson Creek Bantam program. In all three camps he’s attended Wyatt has left a positive impression along with this past season where he had a very good year transitioning to the Midget level.”