Posse acquire veteran Andrew Stack from the Kimberley Dynamiters

The Princeton Posse have acquired 1993 Forward Andrew Stack from the Kimberly Dynamiters

PRINCETON, British Columbia (December 02, 2013)

The Princeton Posse have acquired 1993 Forward Andrew Stack from the Kimberly Dynamiters in exchange for future considerations. Andrew provides the Posse with some more veteran experience, leadership and production.

“This is something we started working on about 10 days or so ago and finished up on deadline (last) night” explained Bill Rotheisler, General Manager for the Posse. “This group is allot closer to being a contender than our record suggests. You can see it in how we play, the amount we outshoot and out chance but end up on the wrong side of one goal games, etc., Andrew will help us with that little extra that will make the difference that this group of blue collar men deserve to contend with the best teams in the league this year”.

Stack joins a group of players who have moved to Princeton in the last couple weeks to fill out the Princeton Posse roster. All players have made immediate impact to a team that has been noticeably reignited and as seen in their last game in which they outshot 100 Mile House 35-16 on the weekend. Player’s acquired in the last few weeks include Brandon Schaber (Buffalo Jr. Sabres, Junior A), Scott Legault (Comox Valley Glacier Kings), Estevan Hale (Fernie Ghostriders), Trevor Beaton (Fernie Ghostriders), Tyler Ehlers (Sicamous Eagles) and Paul Ramsey (Campbell River Storm).

Sunday night at 11:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time was a soft roster deadline which leaves little room for movement allowed between now and the hard trade deadline of Jan. 10, 2014.

 

 

 

Just Posted

Twin Lakes armouring against flooding

Canadian Armed Forces personnel assist with further flood mitigation

Tourism Kelowna adopts sustainability initiative

Responsible to environment key to long-term tourism growth

Nine properties in Twin Lakes under evac order

RDOS concerned about a possible breach in Twin Lakes flood armouring

They came for a good time on Shuswap Lake

Trooper plays for hundreds on Shuswap Lake this past May Long weekend

Study recommends jurors receive more financial and psychological support

Federal justice committee calls for 11 policy changes to mitigate juror stress

Evac alerts rescinded for over 1,100 Similkameen properties

That includes 663 properties in Electoral Area “B” and Electoral Area “G” and 589 in Keremeos

Research needed on impact of microplastics on B.C. shellfish industry: study

SFU’s department of biological sciences recommends deeper look into shellfish ingesting microbeads

B.C. dad pens letter urging overhaul of youth health laws after son’s fatal overdose

The Infants Act currently states children under 19 years old may consent to medical treatment on own

Singh sides with B.C. in hornet’s nest of pipeline politics for the NDP

Singh had called for a more thorough environmental review process on the proposal

Size, cost set for proposed Vernon cultural facility

Size of new home for museum and art gallery is about 58,000 square feet; cost is $40 million

SilverStar reaches new heights with gondola

Vernon ski resort installing new feature, with opening date set for July 7

VIDEO: Campers leave big mess at rural Vancouver Island campsite

Vehicle parts, garbage, a mattress, lawn chairs, beer cans, and even fecal matter left in the area

Most Read