Fernie Ghostrider make changes

The Fernie Ghostriders have traded the CHA playing rights of goaltender Scott Legault

The Fernie Ghostriders have traded the CHA playing rights of goaltender Scott Legault 1994 to the Columbia Valley Rockies for future considerations. We thank Scott for his time in Fernie and wish him well with his new team.

The Fernie Ghostriders have acuired the CHA playing rights of Carson Brown from the Calgary Canucks of the AJHL.  Carson has split time this year between the Canmore Eagles and the Calgary Canucks.  Carson will be in the line-up Friday night when we host the Beaver Valley Nighthawks.  Carson, an 18 year old from Calgary, is 6’1, 190 and a right shot.

 

SEASON    TEAM    GP    G    A    PTS    P/G    +/-    PPG    SHG    GWG    GTG    PIM

2011-2012    Canmore Eagles    8    1    0    1     0.1    0    0    0    0    0    11

2011-2012    Calgary Canucks    12    2    2    4     0.3    0    0    0    0    0    16

2010-2011    Canmore Eagles    45    1    2    3     0.1    0    0    0    0    0    43

CAREER TOTALS      65    4    4    8     0.1    0    0    0    0    0    70

 

The Fernie Ghostriders welcome back local Fernie goalie Fraser Abdallah.   Fraser has spent the first three months of this season with the Kindersley Klippers of the SJHL.  Welcome home Fraser.  Fraser will be dressed Friday and will look to make his first appearance in a Rider uniform later this weekend when we visit Beaver Valley or in Spokane against the Braves.  Welcome home Fraser.

 

Goalie Stats – Fraser Abdallah

 

Regular Season Stats

Season    Team    GP    GA    Mins    Saves    GAA    SV%    W    L    SOL    T    SO

2011-12 Regular Season    Kindersley Klippers    14    45    844    379    3.20    0.894    4    8    1    0    1

TOTALS    14    45    844    379    3.20    0.894    4    8    1    0    1

 

The Fernie Ghostriders would like to announce that Ben Primeau will re-join the team on Friday as he has been out with an injury suffered in our first exhibition game against the Beaver Valley Nighthawks.  Ben has been cleared to play and will make his Rider debut next weekend against the Sicamous Eagles.  Ben spent the 2010-2011 season with the Calgary Canucks.  Welcome back Ben.

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