The Canmore Eagles are pleased to announce that the club has acquired Carter Myrol from the Grande Prairie Storm to complete a trade made on January 8th. Myrol, 2002 born forward, joins the Eagles as the future consideration that completes the mega-deal which saw Canmore also acquire ?00 forward Lukas Jirousek and ?01 defenceman Zac Cunningham in exchange for Max Giangualano and Carter Coles.
Myrol, from Edmonton, AB, will be entering his 2nd season in the AJHL. After a successful 2018/19 season where he produced 12 goals and 28 points in 34 games with the Northern Alberta Xtreme Midget Prep team in the Canadian Sports School Hockey League, Myrol joined the Grande Prairie Storm. During his rookie season in Grande Prairie Myrol scored 7 goals and 11 points in 40 games played.
?Our team is excited to have Carter as part of this deal, we believe that he will be a big asset for our hockey club as we move forward. Carter is a playmaker and can see the ice very well. I am confident that he will fit into our system well.? said Eagles Coach and General Manager Andrew Milne.
We are certainly in a period of unprecedented time. The Alberta Junior Hockey League is no exception and working towards returning to action. June 1st marks the beginning of the new fiscal year in the Canada Junior Hockey League, the Canmore Eagles along with other AJHL teams are preparing for the upcoming season. Teams can now officially make player transactions and build their rosters looking forward to the 2020/21 season.