Monday, December 16, 2013

Flyers Aquire Former Vipers Defenceman Eviston:

The United States Premier Hockey League (USPHL) Philadelphia Flyers Elite have aquired former Vernon Vipers defenceman Bryce Eviston.  Eviston entering his second season in Vernon was traded to Coquitlam on September 4th 2013 for future considerations before the Express turned around trading Eviston on the same day to the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) Brooks Bandits.  Eviston played one season in Vernon (2012-13) playing in 50 regular season games with the Vipers Eviston collected (1-goal-3-assists-4-points).  Eviston played one game in the (2011-12) season as an "AP" with the Vipers.

Bryce Eviston's Player Profile: 

This was posted on the AJHL website:

04-Sep-13 Brooks trades Gordy Defiel to Coquitlam (BCHL) in exchange for Daniel Urbani, Garrett Forster and Bryce Eviston.

After playing in seven games with the Bandits (3 assists) Eviston was traded on October 5th 2013 to the MHL Dieppe Commandos. 

This was posted on the AJHL website:

05-Oct-13 Brooks trades Garrett Forster and Bryce Eviston to Dieppe (MHL) in exchange for future considerations.

On the same day the Commonados sent Eviston to the SJHL Flin Flon Bombers.  Eviston never played with the Bombers landing in Philadelphia.  No official press release from either the team or the league but it was posted on the SJ Journal blog.  In 18 games this season with Philadelphia Eviston has (1-goal-3-assists-4-points).

This was posted on the SJ Journal Blog:

Eviston headed south


by Taylor Rocca

The Flin Flon Bombers will be without the services of defenceman Bryce Eviston, following his acquisition from the Dieppe Commandos Oct. 5.  Bombers head coach/general manager Mike Reagan confirmed the 19-year-old blueliner is headed south of the 49th parallel to continue his hockey career.

Eviston was acquired by the Bombers in the trade that sent forward Justin Rasmussen to Dieppe of the Maritime League Oct. 5. He had been playing for the AJHL’s Brooks Bandits before being moved to Dieppe Oct. 5 and subsequently flipped to Flin Flon the same day.

In seven games, the 5-foot-10 defenceman had posted three assists and eight PIMs.

Reagan confirmed the team has received compensation for Eviston not reporting, but did not disclose exactly what compensation was received.

The Bombers will be back in action Friday night when they host the Weyburn Red Wings.

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