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

Rock slide forces rural Keremeos residents to leave their homes

Witness describes boulders bigger than her car

BREAKING: Highway 3 near Keremeos closed due to rockslide

Highway 3 just west of Keremeos is closed as of 8:44 p.m.… Continue reading

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: goodbye sun, hello rain

Environement Canada forcasts clouds and rain for the weekend and beyond

Okanagan College to develop wellness strategy for drug use

The Kelowna campus has 28 employees trained in the use of naloxone.

Tips to keep your home safe during wildfire season

With wildfire season getting closer, the Penticton Fire Dept. offer tips to keep your home safe

Protective human chain forms around Victoria mosque for Friday prayer

Islanders stand arm-in-arm to show support in aftermath of New Zealand shootings

2 fires in Victoria caused by cigarettes prompts warning from deputy fire chief

Two separate fires caused by cigarette butts were avoidable

Kelowna youngsters grab tournament win in U.S.

The Kelowna Storm won the under-8 Shamrock Showdown Hockey Tournament in Spokane

Wildlife activists slam B.C. business, clubs for ‘wolf-whacking’ contests

Chilcotin Guns, Creston Valley Rod and Gun Club and West Kootenay Outdoorsmen Club under fire

UPDATE: Destructive blaze in West Kelowna

A unit of a condo complex is on fire in West Kelowna

‘Families torn apart:’ Truck driver in fatal Broncos crash gets 8-year sentence

Judge Inez Cardinal told court in Melfort, Sask., that Sidhu’s remorse and guilty plea were mitigating factors

Pet Planet picks up Okanagan’s cannabis for pets

True Leaf Medicine International expands retail distribution to 3,500 stores worldwide

AquaVan comes to Okanagan Science Centre

200-litre mobile touch tank allows you to get up-close with marine invertebrates

Army of support behind Black Press saleswoman battling cancer

GoFundMe helps empower Sue Folliott’s fight

Most Read