Thursday, November 29, 2012
Bulldogs trade Craft to Rivermen...
PRESS RELEASE November 29, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs announce today that club has made yet another trade with the Langley Rivermen.
In a continued effort to make roster space available for players returning from the injury reserve leading up to the December 1 roster deadline, the Alberni Valley Bulldogs announce that they have traded 1994 forward Nathan Craft to the Langley Rivermen for future considerations.
Craft, from Kitimat, BC, had a good start in his rookie campaign with the Bulldogs, putting up 7 points in his first 9 games, along with 18 PIMs. However, Craft only managed to register 3 points in his last 15 games with the Bulldogs.
“The Bulldogs organization would like to thank Nathan for all his hard work and dedication to the team,” said Bulldogs general manager and head coach Kevin Willison. “In addition to being good in the room, Nathan’s efforts in the community were also very appreciated,” added Willison.
The Alberni Valley Bulldogs wish Nathan all the best in Langley and with all his future endeavors.
For more information please contact General Manager and Head Coach Kevin Willison