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Cougars reduce roster to 23 players

The Prince George Cougars Hockey Club reduced its roster to 23-players Thursday.

Forward Max Kryski (’00) has signed with the Trail Smoke Eaters in the British Columbia Hockey League. Kryski was pointless in four games this season. He had eight goals and 10 points in 62 games last season.

The roster now sits at 13 forwards, eight defensemen and two goalies.

The Cougars return home Sunday, October 21, against the Swift Current Broncos; puck drop is 2 p.m. It’s Minor Sports Day, as the Cougars are inviting local sports teams and organizations to the CN Centre. The group with the most tickets purchased, will win $500! Tickets are available at the TicketsNorthbox office, or online at www.ticketsnorth.ca

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