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OCTOBER TRANSACTIONS

More than a week remains in the month of October and the Wolf Pack roster has already had some drastic changes to it this month. Take a look below to see what wolves have come and gone over the past 20 days.

 

RETURNING PLAYERS:

Dario Zitko (F, 03′) – the Croatian Sensation committed to the Dauphin Kings of the MJHL during the pre-season but rejoined the Wolf Pack on October 6. Dario had 15 points (5-10) in 38 regular season games last season and had 2 goals and an assist in his first game back with the Pack.

Corson Penman (F, 03′)Penman returns from the Dryden Ice Dogs of the SIJHL, the team that he committed to in late August. The 2003-born forward had 20G-13A-33PTS in 38 games last season. Penman returned to the Wolf Pack for a 5-0 loss in Mission on October 15th.

 

ACQUIRED PLAYERS:

Tanner Terness (F, 04′) – the right-shot forward spent last season with the Vancouver North East Chiefs playing AAA with the U-18 division. Terness had 5 goals and 3 assists for 8 points in 22 games in a Chiefs uniform. The product of Burnaby, BC had a goal and two assists in his first game with the Wolf Pack on October 6 in Surrey. North Van won that game 6-3 earning their first victory of the season.

Andrew Casellato  (F, 04′) – the left-shot forward spent last season with the Vancouver North East Chiefs playing AAA with the U-18 division. North Vancouver’s Tanner Terness was also on that Chiefs squad. Casellato had 17 goals and 16 assists for 33 points in 34 games. Casellato had a goal and two assists in his first game with North Van. North Van won that game 6-3 earning their first victory of the season against the Surrey Knights on October 6.

Braden Swampy (D, 03′) – the right-shot defenceman was the first to be traded to the Wolf Pack during the season. Swampy was with the Comox Valley Glacier Kings of the VIJHL before moving over to the PJHL’s North Vancouver Wolf Pack. Swampy had a goal in the five games that he spent in Comox. Braden scored a goal in his Wolf Pack debut on October 6 in Surrey. North Van won that game 6-3 earning their first victory of the season.

Bergen George (D, 04′) – the right-shot defenceman began his PJHL career last season with Mission and was with the Outlaws for five games this season. In 25 total games as an Outlaw, he managed one assist and 42 penalty minutes. George made his Wolf Pack debut against his former team in a 5-0 road loss on October 15th.

JJ Maros (F, 03′) – the 2003-born forward comes to the Wolf Pack from the Richmond in exchange for future considerations. Maros spent a total of 47 games with the Sockeyes and had a goal and an assist in seven games with Richmond before being traded.

 

Jonathon Soares (D, 04′) – the addition of Soares helps strengthen the Wolf Pack on the back end provides the team with another right-shot defenceman. Soares played eleven games with the Kerry Park Islanders picking up an assist and 28 penalty minutes. Jonathon was dealt for David Coyle on October 20th.

 

TRADED PLAYERS:

Emil Eriksson – the Swedish defenceman was dealt to the Nanaimo Buccaneers for future considerations during the second week of October.

Sam Cordina 2005-born forward was traded to the White Rock Whalers for future considerations on Wednesday, October 19. Cordina suited up in six games with the Pack scoring a goal in his debut.

David Coyle – on September 23, 2022, the 2004-born forward committed to the Melfort Mustangs of the SJHL. Coyle was reassigned to the Wolf Pack on October 20 and was immediately traded to the Kerry Park Islanders of the VIJHL. The Wolf Pack received 2004-born defenceman Jonathon Soares in the exchange. Coyle had 28 goals and 30 assists for 50 points in 42 games with the Wolf Pack during the 2021-2022 regular season.