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Pats/Blazers strike deal

From the Pats website:

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats announced tonight that they have sent 20 year old forward, Thomas Frazee to the Kamloops Blazers in exchange for 20 year old, forward Shayne Neigum, 17 year old forward, Lyndon Martell and a 3rd round pick in the 2012 WHL Bantam Draft.

Neigum, who hails from Kindersley is in his 4th WHL season, began the year with the Chilliwack Bruins and in 27 games with both the Bruins and Kamloops Blazers he has 1 goal and 2 assists as well as 86 penalty minutes.

Prince George, BC native, Lyndon Martell spent last season with the Prince George Spruce Kings of the BCHL and had 31 pts in 44 games. He began the season with the Blazers and has spent the last 16 games with the Spruce Kings.

LW – Shayne Neigum
Born: Mar. 31/90
Hometown: Kindersley, SK
6’00” 184lbs. Shoots: Left
2010-11 Blazers/Bruins
GP-27 G-1 A-2 PTS-3 PIM-86

LW – Lyndon Martell
Born: Jan 13/93
Hometown: Prince George BC
6’01” 175lbs Shoots:Left
2009-10 Prince George (BCHL)
GP-44 G-13 A-18 PTS-31 PIM-20

Regina Pats General Manager Chad Lang, “This is another tough deal to make, however it’s a good opportunity for our organization to add another 17 year old prospect as well as picking up a 3rd round pick. We’d like to thank Thomas for his contribution to our club and wish him all the best in his final season in the Western Hockey League.”

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