F Demico Hannoun (95)http://www.eliteprospects.com/iframe_player_stats.php?player=98683
F Mason Blacklock (94)http://www.eliteprospects.com/iframe_player_stats.php?player=59930
D Jordan Klimekhttp://www.eliteprospects.com/iframe_player_stats.php?player=102237
F Michael Roberts (95)http://www.eliteprospects.com/iframe_player_stats.php?player=125331
F Adam Tambellini (94)http://www.eliteprospects.com/iframe_player_stats.php?player=103529
With the end of the Surrey Eagles season a week ago in the semifinals at the RBC Cup, news was released on Thursday which players going to the Vernon Vipers as the future considerations from the January 10th trade which saw Adam Tambellini join the eventual BCHL champions.
The deal winds up being a five player transaction with Tambellini and forward Michael Roberts (95) heading to Surrey while forward Mason Blacklock (94) was sent to Vernon at the deadline and now forward Demico Hannoun (95) and defenseman Jordan Klimek (95) are off to the Vipers.
The move gives Hannoun and Klimek the rare opportunity to play in back-to-back RBC Cup tournaments as Vernon hosts the national junior A championship in 2014.
So the final, completed deal looks like this:
Here’s the release from the Vipers website:
The Vernon Vipers and Surrey Eagles have now completed the deal that sent Adam Tambellini to the Eagles at the BCHL Trade Deadline.
The BCHL Champion Eagles are sending forward Demico Hannoun(95) and defenceman Jordan Klimek (95) to the Vipers for next season.
In order to finalize the deal the Vipers have sent forward Michael Roberts(95) to the Surrey Eagles.
In the end the trade featured 5 players in total with the Vipers acquiring Mason Blacklock, Hannoun and Klimek in exchange for Tambellini and Roberts.
Both Hannoun and Klimek have secured scholarships for the 14-15 season with Hannoun attending Michigan Tech while Klimek will suit up for Northern Michigan.
Head Coach and General Manager Jason Williamson is excited to add two more experienced bodies to his roster. “Any time that you have the opportunity to acquire players of this calibre you have to entertain it. Moving Adam and Michael were not easy decisions for our club however we believed it gave us an opportunity to add some depth and some very good talent to our line-up during a very important season for us. The experience gained by both Jordan and Demico during Surrey’s recent and successful playoff run will be very valuable to our group moving forward.”
The Vipers would like to welcome Demico and Jordan to the hockey club and wish Michael the best of luck next season and in the future.
For more information please call the Viper office at 250-542-6022.
Here’s the release from the Eagles website:
On Thursday, the Surrey Eagles announced that three players have been traded as future considerations, completing deals that were made during the BCHL’s regular season. Forward Demico Hannoun and defenceman Jordan Klimek are on their way to the Vernon Vipers as part of the move that brought Adam Tambellini to Surrey while Vernon forward Michael Roberts will join the Eagles.
“It is a tough day as a coach and GM when you have to part with three quality young men that all have bright futures in the game of hockey,” said Eagles Head Coach and General Manager Matt Erhart. “In order for the Eagles to push through and capture the Fred Page and Western Canada Cups, we felt that the moves were necessary at the time the trades were made.”
Roberts joins the Eagles after posting four goals and six assists in 53 games in his rookie season with the Vipers last year. The 18-year-old Vernon native spent the 2011-2012 season with the Revelstoke Grizzlies of the KIJHL where he scored over a point per game.
Hannoun heads to the Vipers after two seasons with the Eagles. In his time in Surrey, the 17-year-old tallied 59 points in 91 regular season games. The North Delta product was a big part of Surrey’s run to the semi-final at the RBC Cup, netting nine goals and 14 assists in 26 post-season games. Hannoun has committed to the Michigan Tech Huskies for the 2014-2015 season.
Klimek is also off to Vernon after completing his rookie season in Surrey. The Langley native had six goals and 17 assists in 52 regular season games — including four game winning goals. The 17-year-old had only one goal in the post-season, but it was a big one as he found the back of the net in the final of the Western Canada Cup against the Brooks Bandits. Klimek has committed to the Northern Michigan Wildcats for the 2014-2015 season.