“These situations are never easy, Wade simply felt he rushed into a decision and has decided he wants to reevaluate where he will play college hockey next year,” stated Vees Head Coach & GM Fred Harbinson.
Including playoffs, Murphy has played in 145 career games in the BCHL between Victoria and Penticton, collecting 57 goals and 132 points. The Victoria product tallied 27 points in 26 playoff games last season earning him Co-Playoff MVP honours.
The Vees open their Main Camp tonight with the first of three intrasquad games starting at 6pm at the South Okanagan Events Centre. Main Camp is open to the public and runs August 23rd-25th.