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Cougars make some roster moves

Prince George Cougars general manager and head coach Mark Lamb announced Friday that the team has placed a pair of 20-year-olds on waivers.

Defenceman Marco Creta was originally signed by the Regina Pats in 2017 and was acquired by the Cougars in a trade with Winnipeg ICE last October. The Oak Bluff, MB product registered a pair of assists in 37 games this past season with the Cougars. Creta has accumulated 27 points (5g-22a) in 138 career regular season games.

Forward Nikita Krivokrasov was acquired by the Cougars from the Tai-City Americans in November. The Westminster, CO native had 11 points (6g-5a) in 37 games split between the Cougars and Americans. Originally signed by the Prince Albert Raiders, Krivokrasov has compiled 14 points (9g-5a) in 79 career regular season games.

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