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Wolverines Complete Deal With Redwings, Acquiring Krauter From Weyburn

The Waywayseecappo Wolverines are thrilled to announce the acquisition of 18-year-old Forward Bryce Krauter from the Weyburn Redwings.

Krauter, a 6-foot, 175-pound forward from Winnipeg spent last season in the MMHL with the Interlake Lightning where he scored 7 goals and 40 assists in 41 regular season games. He also was an assistant captain on the Lightning, before making the jump to Junior ‘A’ in September.

“Bryce is a very skilled young forward, he’s familiar with our league and has great playmaking abilities,” Wolverines Head Coach and General Manager, Taylor Harnett explained. “He’s a player that we targeted and are very fortunate to have acquired him.”

“I spoke to him on the phone and he’s excited that he is now a Wolverine.”

Krauter will join the Wolverines in the midst of a seven-day break between games and will see his first action as a Wolverine on Sunday when Waywayseecappo hosts Portage.

The deal with Weyburn completes the Future Considerations agreement from a trade late last week that sent Drew Anderson to Weyburn.