The Prince Albert Raiders are pleased to announce the signing of 2002-born defenceman Braydon Clark to a WHL Standard Player Agreement.
Clark, who hails from Langley, BC, was selected 47th overall in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft. He played his bantam hockey at the Pursuit of Excellence Hockey Academy, recording three goals and 11 assists.
This past season, Clark suited up for the Valley West Hawks, who finished with the best record in the BC Midget League. He had three goals and two assists in 21 games in a season limited to an upper-body injury suffered during Raiders training camp.
“Braydon is a good, young, mobile defenceman that plays a hard-nose style of game,” said Raiders general manager Curtis Hunt. “He plays with the kind of intensity that will make him a fan favourite here in Prince Albert. We are excited to get him signed.”
Clark is the fifth pick of the 2017 WHL Bantam draft to sign with the Raiders, joining Kaiden Guhle, Cohner Saleski, Ozzy Wiesblatt, and Jakob Brook.