Thursday, May 29, 2014

Vernon-Merritt Trade:

This is posted on the Centennials website:


Thursday, May 29, 2014 - Submitted by Merritt Centennials


Merritt, BC - May 29, 2014

The Merritt Centennials are pleased to announce the acquisition of forward Logan Mick (96) from the Vernon Vipers of the BCHL which completes the future considerations in a previous deal for defenceman Dylan Chanter (95).

Mick, 17, brings over 100 BCHL regular season games experience to the Centennials lineup, which doesn't include 16 games of playoff experience and 4 games at the RBC Cup, which was held this May in Vernon.

“We are excited to add a player of Logan’s ability to our group. He gained tremendous experience this year in a long playoff run and playing at the RBC." said Cents GM & Head Coach Luke Pierce. "He plays with a lot of energy and brings a skillset that I believe is ready to breakthrough."

Logan is currently committed to Quinnipiac University for the 2015-16 season. His father, Troy, was a member of the Merritt Warriors in the 1984-85 season.

For further information, please contact Cents Head Coach and GM Luke Pierce at 250-378-3607 or email

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Season tickets are still available for the 2014-15 season. For more information on how to get yours, call the Cents Marketing office at 250-378-3604.

The Merritt Centennials are heading in to the 42nd consecutive year, which is the BCHL's longest continuously run franchise, and are a non-profit, community owned Junior 'A' Hockey Club run by a dedicated team of investors, directors, and volunteers.

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1 comment:

vipersdiehardfan said...

Tough loss for the Vipers having to give up Logan Mick. Ive always liked "Micker" thought he was a hard nosed player, always played hard, worked hard, was physical, had some speed in his game at times and was a good fourth line energy player the past two seasons.

I dont get this trade. If the Vipers traded Jason Bird to Merritt for Dylan Chanter and both players wont be back this coming season, why does Vernon have to give up Mick in the trade? Why do the Vipers owe the Centennials future considerations when its basically a one for one trade with both players not returning the following season. At the end of the deal, I dont know if I like the final trade.

Mick will do well in Merritt, Mick is a Luke Peirce kinda player and will thrive off Peirce and the smaller ice surface at the Nicola Valley Arena. With Logan's Dad "Troy" In Salmon Arm you have to wonder if Troy will try and pick up his son? My guess is Mick will be a Silverback before the start of the new season.

All the best in Merritt Logan! Thanks for some good memories