The Chilliwack Chiefs are excited to announce the acquisition of 2001-born forward Jack Seymour from the Brooks Bandits of the AJHL.
Seymour, who is an NCAA Division I commit with Holy Cross, has put up 22 points in 35 games with the Bandits this season. Listed at 5’10” and 170lb, Seymour is known for being a consistent contributor at both ends of the ice. As well, Seymour will bring a lot of speed to the Chiefs.
“We really feel like this is the final move in assembling a team for a long championship run. Obviously, it has been tough the past couple of seasons, and tough to lose some good young players this week, but we felt as a staff we owe it to our fans and our players to really push towards our goal of winning a championship this season,” said Chiefs Head Coach and General Manager Brian Maloney.
Earlier in the day, the Chiefs acquired the playing rights of Daniel North in exchange for future considerations from the Cowichan Valley Capitals. In a corresponding move, the Chiefs then moved the playing rights acquired for North and future considerations to the Bandits in exchange for Seymour.
Welcome to Chilliwack Jack!