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Here’s the release from the SilverBacks website:
The Salmon Arm SilverBacks have traded 20 year old Goaltender Colin Dzijacky to the MHL’s Woodstock Slammers in exchange for future considerations.
Dzijacky, a former member of the AJHL’s Grande Prairie Storm and SJHL’s Humboldt Broncos, saw action in 11 games for the SilverBacks this season, amassing two wins along with a .906 save percentage and goals against average of 3.46.
SilverBack’s GM Troy Mick says that Colin’s numbers don’t properly reflect his play in Salmon Arm.
“We’re talking about a guy who held our club in a number of games this season and often got little goal support in front of him. We couldn’t have asked much more from Colin, he’s been a great player for us on and off the ice.
Mick says the move to Woodstock will allow Colin a great chance at a well deserved scholarship.
“The Slammers are one of the premier Junior “A” organizations in the Eastern part of Canada and this puts Colin in a position to become the number one goaltender; an essential component in achieving his goal of a NCAA scholarship.”
The ‘Backs would like to thank Colin for his contributions to the organization, both in the dressing room, and around the community of Salmon Arm. His positive attitude and sunny disposition will be missed at the Shaw Centre by players, staff and fans alike. Good luck, Colin, we will be watching and cheering from afar.
And the release from the Slammers site:
The Woodstock Slammers have acquired goaltender Colin Dzijacky from the Salmon Arm Silver backs for future considerations. Dzijacky posted a .906 save percentage and 3.46 goals against average in 11 games for Silverbacks this season. Prior to the Silverbacks, Dzijacky played for the RBC host Humboldt Broncos posting a 2.44 goals against average and .901 save percentage.
“We have two goal tenders out with injuries right now and no immediate time frame on a return, we felt it was in our best interest to bring someone in. Colin is a goaltender that we are familiar with as he played in the RBC Cup and performed very well. Colin has put up good numbers and he is well respected as a goaltender. We are looking forward to his arrival” commented Head Coach Jason Tatarnic.