Kent Hendrickson

Grizzlies sign three local players

Riley Creighton, Kent Hendrickson and Bradon Seyl will all be suiting up for their hometown crowds in the 2011-12 season.

Three products of Revelstoke Minor Hockey will be joining the Revelstoke Grizzlies for the upcoming season, the Times Review learned Wednesday.

Riley Creighton, Kent Hendrickson and Bradon Seyl will all be suiting up for their hometown crowds in the 2011-12 season, said co-owner Michael Roberts.

Creighton and Hendrickson both spent last season with the Revelstoke CMH Midget Titans. Hendrickson also played five games for the Grizzlies last year, scoring one goal.

Bradon Seyl, a 6’2″ defenceman, has spent the last two seasons playing for the Notre Dame Argos Midget AAA team in Saskatchewan.

Seyl and Creighton were members of the 2009 Revelstoke Bantam Grizzlies squad that won the Tier 4 provincial championship.

Roberts said two more local signings would be announced in the coming days.


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