Walker & Myland Re-Assigned

Eric Walker in action last season (Photo by Darwin Knelsen)

Here is a press release from the Broncos this afternoon:

Swift Current, SK – Swift Current Bronco General Manager and Head Coach Mark Lamb announced that the club has re-assigned 19-year-old defenceman Eric Walker and 18-year-old goaltender Steven Myland.

Walker has been re-assigned to the Alberni Valley Bulldogs of the BCHL.  He was acquired by the Broncos in January 2012 from the Vancouver Giants.  The 6’2”, 193-pound product of Castlegar, BC appeared in three games with the Broncos this season where he recorded 5 PIM and posted a plus/minus rating of +1.

Myland has been re-assigned to the North Delta Devils of the PIJHL.  He was acquired by the Broncos in January 2011 from the Kootenay Ice.  The 6’1”, 203-pound native of Cloverdale, BC made three pre-season appearances with the club where he recorded a 1.54 GAA and a 0.947 save percentage.

I’ll have more on the blog when I get more information on the roster moves from Mark Lamb. For now I want to wish both Walker and Myland the best of luck and I hope they both have terrific seasons. They’re both quality young men and quality players who just ran into the numbers game here in my view.


About shawnmullin

Play by Play Broadcaster for the WHL's Swift Current Broncos on 94.1 FM The Eagle.
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3 Responses to Walker & Myland Re-Assigned

  1. mike says:

    myland never had a chance your loss mark lamb.

  2. Anonymous says:

    And the Cody Eakin trade goes even less in our favour…

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