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The Prince George Spruce Kings would like to announce the addition of 19 year old defenseman, and Prince George native, Bryan Allbee to the team. Allbee joins the Spruce Kings from the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League (WHL).
This season with Seattle, the 6’0” 185 pound Allbee had 3 assists in 33 games played. In 146 career WHL games split between Seattle and the Kootenay Ice he has 11 goals and 17 assist for 28 points. Prior to his three seasons in the WHL, Allbee played two seasons of Major Midget hockey for the Cariboo Cougars. In 2013-2014 he collected 16 goals and 21 assists for 37 points in 39 games for the Prince George based team.
“Bryan is a very good player who skates well, sees the ice well and possesses the skills to be a dynamic player in our league. He’s a proud Prince George kid who comes from a great family with strong character. He is also a veteran player of almost 150 WHL regular season games. Anytime you get a chance to add a player like that to your lineup you jump at it. I know Bryan is excited to come back home to play and we are excited to have him” said Spruce Kings General Manager Mike Hawes.