Friday, November 25, 2016

Vipers Add Gingras To Roster:

The Vernon Vipers have added-signed 18 year old forward Luke Gingras. 19 year old forward Keith Anderson is no longer listed on the Vipers roster.

Gingras is listed on the Vipers roster-lineup. Gingras is listed at 6'0 174 lbs from Langley, BC has spent the past two and a half seasons with the Western Hockey League Saskatoon Blades. The Blades released Gingras in mid November. In 15 games this season with the Blades Gingras collected (2-goals-1-assist-3-points).

This was posted on Gregg Drinnans Blog:

Saturday, November 19, 2016

The Saskatoon Blades have released F Luke Gingras, 18, while signing F Dryden Michaud, 18, and adding him to their roster. . . . Gingras, from Langley, B.C., was a fourth-round pick in the 2013 bantam draft. He had two goals and an assist in 15 games this season. He was in his third WHL season. In 109 games, he put up 13 points, six of them goals.

Luke Gingras's Player Profile:

Here is a story on Gingras playing for the Saskatoon Blades in his hometown of Langley, BC back in mid October,

Here are a few fights from Gingras,

Luke Gingras vs Kade Jensen Feb 19, 2016

Tyler Robertson vs Luke Gingras Oct 29, 2015

Luke Gingras vs Macoy Erkamps Mar 2, 2016

Luke Gingras vs Marsel Ibragimov Oct 18, 2016


vipersdiehardfan said...

I watched the Vipers game online in Wenatchee tonight and thought newcomer Luke Gingras was one of the Vipers better players. Looks to be quick on his feet, goes to the net and created-generated several good opportunities. Has some size and likes to play physical-get in the face of the opponents.

I wonder what happened to Keith Anderson? Here is a big kid that come over from the Western Hockey League that looked fairly good early on but wasn't as noticeable lately. Was playing on the 3rd and 4th lines the past few weeks.

Lots of trades-player moves within the past few days, looks like the Vipers are adjusting their roster before the BCHL Card Deadline. Are the Vipers finished making moves? Do they have any cards left?

graham king said...

Glad they made this trade. A skilled forward with experience was needed. The Blades have a good coaching staff. So we know he is well coached. I've been happy with the trades so far. Mark F. is making a much better effort this year too get it right. I have said it before and I will say it again, Mark, has been to the party three times so let us relax and see what he can do. I have every confidence our vipers time will be just fine at playoff time. They will be well coached and the little hiccups we are seeing now with to many penaltys, undisciplined play,etc. will all work itself out. As fans we must have a little patience.