Feser changes teams; Mappin, Ouellette make their mark offensively

Scott Feser is on the move again. The former Stettler minor hockey player has gone to the Okotoks Oilers after a weekend trade

Scott Feser is on the move again.

The former Stettler minor hockey player has gone to the Okotoks Oilers after a weekend trade in the Alberta Junior Hockey League.

The Camrose Kodiaks sent Feser — an 18-year-old forward from Red Deer — and 19-year-old defenceman Josh Smith of Lacombe to the Oilers in exchange for three 18-year-olds — defenceman Stefan Danielson of Red Deer and forwards Braeden Salverda and Spencer Kryczka of Calgary.

Feser had five assists in 12 games with the junior A Kodiaks after opening this season in the WHL with his hometown Red Deer Rebels.

He joined Okotoks in time for the Oilers’ 4-1 loss to the Drumheller Dragons on Friday, and picked up an assist against Camrose on Saturday as Okotoks lost 2-1 in overtime against his former team.

LUCKY NO. 13: In his 13th game with the Olds Grizzlys, 17-year-old centre Ty Mappin of Big Valley scored his first AJHL goal in a 5-2 loss to Okotoks on Nov. 1. Mappin, who named the Grizzlys’ star of the game, has six points in 17 games since joining Olds from the WHL’s Everett Silvertips.

DRAGON SNIPER: Trent Ouellette, a 20-year-old forward from Castor, has produced more than a point a game since joining the AJHL team last month. Ouellette, formerly of the WHL’s Regina Pats, has 11 goals and 16 points in 14 games with Drumheller. He’s had a couple of four-point games, including a four-goal night in the Dragons’ 7-5 win over the Calgary Canucks a month ago.

— AJHL Report

 

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