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Blazers roster reduced to 22 players

October 29, 2013 - 2:29 PM

KAMLOOPS – Kamloops Blazers General Manager Craig Bonner announced that the hockey club has reassigned 17-year-old forward Mitch Friesen to a junior team to be determined.

Friesen has played 55 games over the past two seasons with the Blazers recording two assists.

“Mitch was an elite scorer in Bantam and Midget hockey,” commented General Manager, Craig Bonner. “We are hoping this transaction will allow Mitch to play more and regain his confidence.”

During the 2011-12 hockey season, Friesen played 40 games with the B.C. Major Midget League’s Valley West Hawks recording 56 points and finishing 6th in league scoring.

The transaction leaves the Blazers roster at 22 players including two goaltenders, seven defensemen and 13 forwards.

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