The Langley Rivermen have acquired forward Max Bulawka (01) from the Cowichan Capitals in exchange for future considerations.
The 20-year old veteran joins the Rivermen after spending last season with the Cowichan Capitals where he scored four goals and had five assists in 20 games.
Bulawka has 182 career BCHL games played over four years spent between the West Kelowna Warriors, Vernon Vipers, and the Capitals. The 6’0 170-pound forward has scored 41 goals and picked up 55 assists over his BCHL career.
“I was extremely excited when I received the news that I was going to be a Riverman. Langley seems like a great fit for me to continue developing as a person and hockey player. Burt’s put together a great team and I’m thrilled to be part of it. I can’t wait to get to Langley to meet my teammates and the fans.” said the BCHL veteran when asked about his reaction to the trade.
The Rivermen will open up camp this weekend and they will play their first exhibition game on September 21st against the Coquitlam Express.