The Yorkton Terriers didn't make any trades on the Dec. 1 roster cut-down deadline but they were able to add a couple players to their roster.
The Terriers welcome back 19 year old Jordan Ross from WHL's Prince George Cougars.
The Kronau, SK product is in his 3rd stint with the Terriers after having playing parts of the last couple of seasons with Terriers including helping the Terriers capture 2014 RBC Cup title.
Ross has compiled 30 points in 70 games in Yorkton uniform.
The Terriers have also brought up Buena Vista, SK product Keenan Lugt from the PJHL's Regina Capitals.
The 18 year old dman also played last year with the Swift Current Legionnaires of the Saskatchewa Midget AAA Hockey league.
The Terriers also made another roster move, releasing 19 year old F Carson Cayer to the Assiniboia Southern Rebels (PJHL)
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The Melville Millionaires made a few deals on the eve of the December 1st roster cut-down.
The Mils got a little younger between the pipes by picking 18 year old net minder Clarke Flegel from the Winkler Flyers (MJHL) for a player development fee.
Flegel, a Moose Jaw product had a 5-1 record, with a 2.18GAA and 0.929 SV% with the Flyers this season.
He was also a part of the Telus Cup Bronze medal winning Regina Pat Canadians team last season.
In a corresponding trade, the Mils then sent 20 year old goalie Josh Bykowski the MJHL's Portage Terriers for a player development fee.
The Vermillion AB native had a 2-8 record with Mils this season along with a 4.27 GA and a 0.889 SV%.
The Mils also made a couple moves to get a little younger on the backend as they traded 20 year old defenseman Mark Zvonkovic to the Melfort Mustangs in exchange for a player development fee while also acquiring the rights to former Yorkton Rawtec Mauler Logan Leslie from the Weyburn Red Wings for a PDF.
Zvonkovic had 5 goals and 3 assists for 8 points in 27 career games with the Moneymen while Leslie spent 3 years playing Midget AAA in Yorkton and this season 15 points in 16 games with the PJHL's Fort Knox.
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The Wayway Wolverines were pretty busy as the first roster deadline hits at midnight tonight (Tues).
First off the Wolverines sent 20 year old F Robert Briem to the Steinbach Pistons (MJHL) for future considerations.
The 20 year old product had 48 goals, 48 assists for 96 points in 170 career games as a Wolverine.
The Wolverines were then involved in a 3-team trade with a couple teams from the SJHL.
Wayway acquired 19 year old forward Landon Gross from the Flin Flon Bombers in exchange for 18 year old forward Rylee Zimmer.
Gross, a Pincher Creek, AB native has put together a pretty productive season so far scoring 16 goals, and 9 assists for 25 points in 25 games with the Klippers.
Meanwhile the Russell MB product in Zimmer had 12 points (1g, 11a) in 14 games. Last year he had 36 points (10g, 26a) in 34 games which was good enough to make him a finalist for the MJHL Rookie of the Year.
The other trade the Wolverines were involved in was them picking 18 year old goaltender Troy Martynuik from the AJHL's Brooks Bandits for future considerations.
The Winnipeg MB product, who was dealt to Bandits earlier this year by the Dauphin Kings had a 1-1 record for Brooks with a 2.50GAA & a 0.913 SV%
In the Wolverines' third trade of the day, the Wolverines dealt 19 year old G Brandon Holtby to the Dauphin Kings for future considerations.
The Regina product had a 2-9 record with the Wolverines this season with a 3.83GAA & 0.895 SV%
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The Swan Valley Stampeders were fairly quiet on Dec 1st as they made one trade in acquiring big 18 year old forward Connor Navrot from the Battlefords North Stars for a player development fee.
The Saskatoon product had 2 points in 18 games with the Stars this season but had 41 points in 44 games with the Sask Midget AAA Hockey League's Beardy's Blackhawks last season.
Navrot also played in 5 playoff games last season with the Kindersley Klippers.
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