Saturday, June 21, 2014

Centennials Trade Former Viper Mick To Salmon Arm:

The Merritt Centennials have traded former Vernon Vipers forward Logan Mick to the Salmon Arm Silverbacks for future considerations.

Mick played two years in Vernon (2012-2014) before being
traded to the Merritt Centennials on May 29th 2014. On January 3rd 2014 the Vipers sent defenceman Jason Bird & future considerations (Logan Mick) to Merritt for defenceman Dylan Chanter.  In May the United States Hockey League (USHL) expansion Bloomington Thunder selected Mick 400th overall in Round 25 of Phase two of the USHL draft. 

Logan Mick's Player Profile:

This is posted on the Silverbacks website:


Friday, June 20, 2014 - Submitted by Melanie Hart, Director of Communications

Salmon Arm, BC - The Salmon Arm Silverbacks are proud to announce that they have acquired Armstrong, BC Forward Logan Mick from the Merritt Centennials for Future Considerations.

Troy Mick, President, Governor & General Manager said, “First of all I would like to thank the Merritt organization and Luke Pierce for giving us the opportunity for Logan to play his last year of Junior Hockey in Salmon Arm.  The professionalism that they showed in making this happen shows the class of their program.”

Logan will be entering his 3rd year of Junior ‘A’ Hockey and potentially his last as he is committed to Quinnipiac University NCAA for the 2015-2016 season.

“We are very excited to announce the addition of Logan Mick to the Silverbacks. He's fresh off a great playoff run and expected to play a leadership role on our hockey team. Logan is a talented hockey player that will put you on the edge of your seat with his skill and energy,” stated Head Coach Brandon West.

Logan has played 102 BCHL regular season games and has compiled 11-12-23 points in his 2 years of Junior 'A' Hockey. He will be counted on for more offensive production this coming season as a 2-year vet and due to his RBC experience.

Welcome to the Silverbacks Logan!

1 comment:

vipersdiehardfan said...

Well no huge surprise here! As soon as the Vipers sent Mick to Merritt to finish off the Dylan Chanter trade from last season, you knew it would just be a matter of time before Troy Mick and the Salmon Arm Silverbacks tried picking up Logan.

A big loss for the Vipers & Centennials as Mick really come into his own this past season and played a huge role on the Vipers 4th line. I really like Mick's speed, hustle, physical pressence and never quit style of play.

Entering his third and final season of Junior hockey Mick will add alot to the Backs roster and will be a good storyline to see Logan & dad (Troy) be on the same team together.

This will make the Vipers-Silverbacks games that much more intense and interesting come September.

All the best with your dad and the Silverbacks Logan!