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Oliver & Lansdell Switch Teams Before Game
October 15, 2016
by Vernon Vipers
The Vernon Vipers have made a number of roster moves ahead of tonight’s game in Chilliwack versus the Chiefs.
Vernon has traded Defenceman Mitch Oliver to the Chilliwack Chiefs in exchange for 18 year old Forward Jesse Lansdell. The 5’11 206 pound Center had 44 points in 55 games last season and has recorded 5 points in the first 9 games of this year.
Lansdell is committed to Notre Dame for next season. Oliver leaves the Snakes after appearing in 117 regular season games over three seasons. The Kelowna product had 5 points in 12 games this season.
The Vipers have also added 20 year old Defenceman Connor Clouston from the Medicine Hat Tigers of the WHL. Clouston who hails from Medicine Hat is a veteran of 158 Western Hockey League Games and brings size to the Vipers blue line at 6’3 205.
In Order to make room for Clouston the Vipers have released forward Tyler Maser.
The Vipers would like to wish Mitch and Tyler the best of luck while welcoming Jesse and Connor.
Both Lansdell and Clouston are expected to make their Viper Debuts tonight in Chilliwack. The Chiefs will be in Vernon on Wednesday October 19th.
For tickets or more information please contact the Viper Office at 250-542-6022.