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Spokane Braves captain Redding marks Eastern's first commitment for 2012/13
Tuesday, April 17, 2012 - Submitted by EWU Men's Hockey
The Eastern Washington University men's hockey program is pleased to announce that Nick Redding (Spokane, WA) has committed to the Eagles for the 2012/13 season.

Redding comes to EWU following a four-year career with the Spokane Braves in the KIJHL that saw him put up 117 points and 449 penalty minutes in 196 career games.

Redding was the Braves' captain last season and a great leader throughout his time with the organization.

Eagles head coach Bill Shaw expects that Redding will be able to come to EWU and contribute in a similar fashion.

“Nick has a lot of grit to his game and after last season we decided we needed a few more guys in our lineup with some sandpaper," he says "We were just too easy to play against, especially on the road.”

Redding’s last season with the Braves saw him put up 50 points in 52 games. EWU struggled to generate offense last season and the y are hopeful the addition of Redding will help in that department as well.

 

Monday, January 26
Selkirk's Edwards earns Player of the Week honours after 10-point weekend
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Sunday, January 25
Vikes bounce back to earn a split on crucial Lower Mainland road trip
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SFU losing streak extends to four as offence sputters in home loss to UVic
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Saturday, January 24
Selkirk's offence explodes for eight goals in first road victory of 2014/15
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