Goberis and Lenchyshyn Re-Assigned

Lethbridge HurricanesTwo days after acquiring three roster players from the Brandon Wheat Kings, the Lethbridge Hurricanes have reassigned two players.

The clubs General Manager Brad Robson announced that forward Zach Goberis and defenceman Thomas Lenchyshyn have both been sent down.

Goberis, a 1997-born player from Colorado, appeared in two games in the regular season but seemed to have to odds stacked against him on a team that is very deep on defense. While, Lenchyshyn only drew into the line up once and also was the odd man out on defense with the acquisition of Kord Pankewicz from the Wheaties which put their total to ten on the back-end.

The Hurricanes currently sit with 28 players on their roster (17 forwards, 9 defence, and 2 goalies).

Hurricanes Press Release:

Lethbridge, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes reduced their roster by two on Thursday after a pair of 2012 Bantam draft picks were reassigned. The hockey club has reassigned both Zachary Goberis and Thomas Lenchyshyn.

Lenchyshyn was the Hurricanes 1st round (18th overall) draft pick and played in two regular season games. During the 2014-2015 preseason, the 17-year old from Steinbach, MB played in 5 games where he registered one point with 7 PIM’s and a minus-3 plus/minus rating.

Goberis who was drafted in the 4th round played in two regular season games. The 17-year old from Arvada, Colorado played in all six of the Hurricanes preseason games and he registered one goal.

 With today’s roster moves, the Hurricanes are left with 28 on their roster including four overagers; 17 forwards, 9 defenceman and 2 goalies.

 

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