Wolf Pack signs a trio of players

North Vancouver, BC  – The Wolf Pack is happy to announce the signings of three more players set to play with the squad this season. The Pack has signed 2005-born forward Keiran Rice and 2005-born defencemen Brady Reed and Tyler Friesen from the Sea to Sky Bears U18 A1 team.


Keiran Rice, who hails from Pemberton, BC, is an individual who plays with lots of heart. The left-shot forward is known for scoring goals and shining in big moments. His 5’10” and 195 lbs. frame helps him play a gritty and tenacious game allowing him to succeed in the dirty areas of the ice.


Brady Reed is a big defenceman capable of knocking opponents off the puck and onto the ice with his strength and physicality. The right-shot native of Squamish, BC, has a high hockey IQ and a thunderous shot. He was a leader on and off the ice with the Bears and checks in at 5’10” and 190 lbs.


Tyler Friesen from Pemberton, BC, is a beast in front of his net. The gritty left-shot defenceman can play in any position and all situations during a game. Friesen boasts a heavy shot and loves dishing heavy hits. Listed at 6’1” and 188 lbs. he is not fun to go up against. 


“I have been privileged to have coached these players the last several years with the Sea to Sky Bears program. We are very excited about signing these three players. They know our systems and bring a lot of skill and grit to our lineup,” said coach Mike Borrelli.


North Vancouver opens the regular season on home ice against Richmond on September 9.