Tuesday 2 June 2015

Terriers' acquire Pateman; send Enzie to Virden (MJHL)


(Yorkton Terriers Press Release)

The Yorkton Terriers and Virden Oil Capitals of the MJHL have announced the completion of a trade dating back to the January 10th trade deadline. At that time Yorkton sent 20-year old right-winger Kurt Johnas (Winnipeg, MB) to Virden for futures.

The second part of the trade sees Virden acquire the CJHL playing rights to 1995 LW Tyson Enzie (Calgary,AB) in return the Terriers receive the CJHL playing rights to 1996 goaltender Cameron Pateman (Regina, SK).

Pateman played in 18-games for the Oil Capitals in 2014-15 registering a goals against average of 3.12 to go along with a save percentage of 0.876%. Prior to joining the Oil Capitals Pateman played two seasons in the Saskatchewan AAA Midget Hockey League with the Regina Pat Canadians.

Enzie played two seasons with the Yorkton Terriers where he dressed in 101-regular season games, scoring 16-goals and adding 23-assists. Enzie was named the Terriers co-rookie of the year in 2014 when the team captured the SJHL Canalta Cup, the Western Canada Cup and the RBC Cup National Championship.

The Terriers thank Tyson for his commitment to the organization and wish him luck in Virden.

They also would like to welcome Cameron to the Yorkton Terriers organization.

                                Terriers Head Coach/GM Trent Cassan talks about the trade below:

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