Cougars make roster moves

Prince George Cougars General Manager & Head Coach Mark Lamb announced today the team has placed a pair of 20-year-olds on waivers.

Defenceman Marco Creta was originally signed by the Regina Pats in 2017 and was acquired by the Cougars in a trade with Winnipeg ICE last October. The Oak Bluff, MB product registered a pair of assists in 37 games this past season with the Cougars. Creta has accumulated 27 points (5g-22a) in 138 career regular season games.

Forward Nikita Krivokrasov was acquired by the Cougars from the Tai-City Americans in November. The Westminster, CO native had 11 points (6g-5a) in 37 games split between the Cougars and Americans. Originally signed by the Prince Albert Raiders, Krivokrasov has compiled 14 points (9g-5a) in 79 career regular season games.

The Cougars thank both Marco and Nikita for their contributions and wish them all the best in their future hockey endeavours.

More News
2020 WHL Graduating Class: Week Two
9 hours ago
CKPG: Colina excited for final year of Junior Hockey
3 days ago
LISTEN: CHL Import Draft Selection Jonni Kärkkäinen
1 week ago
Cougars select Finnish forward in CHL Import Draft
1 week ago
CHL Import Draft preview
2 weeks ago
CKPG: Cougars develop business plan ahead of 2020-2021 season
2 weeks ago