Former Vernon Vipers forward Logan Mick scored twice and added an assist helping the Alberta Junior Hockey League Brooks Bandits to their first win at the Royal Bank Cup after a 5-1 victory over the West Kelowna Warriors Sunday. This is Mick's second trip to the RBC Cup after Mick and his hometown Vernon Vipers went to the 2014 Royal Bank Cup in Vernon.
Mick playing in his first season with the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) Brooks Bandits collected (6-goals-11-assists-17-points) in 24 games with the Bandits this season, are in the second round of the AJHL Playoffs with the Canmore Eagles.
Mick started the season with the Salmon Arm Silverbacks, never played a single game this season due to injury was traded to Langley on October 6th 2015. Mick was released from the Rivermen after playing in 22 games (2-goals-8-assists-10points) before signing with the Bandits on December 30th 2015.
Mick played two years in Vernon (2012-2014) before being traded to the Merritt Centennials on May 29th 2014 as part of the future considerations from a trade in January. 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. On June 20th the Merritt Centennials traded Mick to the Salmon Arm Silverbacks for Luke Bertolucci & future considerations.
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Star of the Day
SUNDAY, MAY 15
Logan Mick (F) – Brooks Bandits
The lone player on the Bandits roster with previous RBC Cup experience – he reached the semifinals with the host Vernon Vipers in 2014 – Mick helped Brooks pull away from West Kelowna over the final 40 minutes, setting up Joe O’Connor’s power-play marker midway through the second period before scoring two goals of his own to clinch the AJHL champions’ first win.
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