Ghostriders update

The Fernie Ghostriders have traded the CHA playing rights of Scott Morisseau, 1991 to the Castlegar Rebels of Josh McGladery and future considerations.

 

The Fernie Ghostriders have traded the CHA playing rights of Scott Morisseau, 1991 to the Castlegar Rebels of Josh McGladery and future considerations.

We wish Scott the best of luck with his new team and thank you for his time in Fernie.

Josh skates very well and is very hard to play against.  McGladery who is 5’10, 180 lbs and shoots left, will suit up on the blue line for your Riders. Josh played forward this past season yet he has played many years on the blue line and he will bring a much needed toughness and confidence to our defence core. Josh is planning on attending a Junior ‘A’ camp and we wish him well with his tryout for Junior ‘A.’ Welcome to Fernie.

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