Thursday, September 19, 2013

Bell is coming back

Myles Bell is returning to the Kelowna Rockets for his 20 year-old season.
Devils Vice President David Conte told me this afternoon the Calgary resident preformed well at training camp.
"I think he has improved daily. He has done a good job with himself physically. The experience of a new position takes time. In Kelowna, he is in very good hands"
Bell was taken in the 6th round by the Devils in this summers NHL draft and led the team in scoring this past season with 38 goals and 93 points.
Bell was acquired from the Regina Pat on September 22, 2011.
The Devils also announced Kelowna Rockets d-man Damon Severson will play in tonight's pre-season NHL game against the New York Islanders.  "We see what you see. He is a young man developing into an excellent player. He continues to grow. He is a work in progress and he's working."
Conte likes what he has seen from the Melville, Saskatchewan resident.
"We are happy with him. He has been well schooled. He has talent and is an excellent young man".

1 comment:

g.k said...

Thats great news for the Rockets!! Does this mean he'll be in the lineup this weekend?? I quess we now know who the new captain will be. If the team can get Wheaton & Rigby healthy soon I think they'll contend for first place in the west!! Pitter-patter lets git ater!!