Rockets make trade for former Posse forward Blake Roney

The Golden Rockets recently completed a deal which was a long time in the making.

The Golden Rockets recently completed a deal which was a long time in the making. Former Golden Rockets forward Lane Erickson has been traded for forward Blake Roney ,who spent part of last season with the Princeton Posse.

In 17 games with the Posse last year, Roney scored seven goals and had three assists.

The 19-year-old from Black Diamond, Alberta, is a player that staff of the Rockets staff have heard many great things about and they are excited to have him with the team going into the season.

Update on Rockets players

Dallas Flockhart is still at Trail Smoke Eaters training camp and has made it through mutiple cuts.

Goalie Jarrod Schamerhorn may be signed by the Nanaimo Clippers.

Bryden Marsh has been signed by the Salmon Arm SilverBacks.


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