Langley Rivermen have two alumni who recently signed pro contracts.

A pair of Langley Rivermen alumni sign pro contracts

Former Langley Rivermen Evan Campbell and Mario Puskarich are among BCHLers who are moving up.

Player signing continues, but the BC Hockey League has announced that Langley Rivermen’s Mario Puskarich and Evan Campbell have been signed.

Again this season, with the NCAA schedule complete and NHL teams filling their rosters with young talent.

There are several BCHL graduates who have been signed and have joined the pro ranks.

Of the players signing, only Tyson Jost has made his NHL debut so far.

Most are headed for the American Hockey League (AHL) or the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) affiliates of the big club, as they work to climb the organizational ladder, said Brent Mutis, communications director for the BCHL.

The list includes 17 alumni representing 11 BCHL clubs who have signed to date, including:

• Mario Puskarich – Langley Rivermen – Vermont – Manchester Monarchs (Los Angeles Kings affiliate)

• Evan Campbell – Coquitlam Express/Langley Rivermen – UMass-Lowell – Bakersfield Condors (Edmonton Oilers affiliate)

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