Pats acquire F Logan Peskett from Kelowna

The wheeling and dealing continued for the Regina Pats on Thursday.

In their second trade of the day, the Pats acquired 2006-born Logan Peskett from the Kelowna Rockets in exchange for a 2025 fifth-round draft pick and a 2027 seventh-round draft pick.

This season Peskett scored one goal in 14 games for the Rockets. Last year in 40 games, the North Vancouver, B.C. product had five points (3G-2A).

Logan Peskett. Photo: Regina Pats

“We are pleased to add Logan Peskett to our hockey club,” Regina Pats VP, Hockey Operations & GM Alan Millar said. “Logan brings good size to our team, and can play an effective, physical, heavy game. As a 17-year-old, with 40 games experience in the league as a 16-year-old, we add a young player to the hockey club, and someone who we expect will grow, and develop with our group.”

Earlier in the day, the Pats sent defenceman Carter Herman to Saskatoon.

Regina returns to action on Friday in Swift Current against the Broncos.

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