The Winkler Flyers have added some experience and a winning pedigree to the roster with the acquisition of forward Patrice Wren (94) from the Pembroke Lumber Kings (CCHL). The Orange and Black traded for the former RBC Cup Champion, sending future considerations the other way.
Wren is a native of Beachburg, Ontario and played a total of three seasons with the Lumber Kings, winning the RBC Cup in 2011-2012. In 152 regular season games in Pembroke, Wren recorded 72 points (22 goals – 50 assists) and 93 penalty minutes. The veteran also had 13 points (4 goals – 9 assists) in 28 playoff games to go along with 12 penalty minutes.
“We are very excited to add a player of Pratrice’s talent and experience.” Stated Flyers Head Coach and General Manager Ken Pearson.
“He’s a player that competes hard and knows what it takes to win.”
Wren is a 5’9”, 175lbs forward who is a hard nosed, speedy, two-way player who can play both the wing and centre.
The Flyers are thrilled to welcome Patrice and his family to the Flyers organization.