Chilliwack Bruins – Zach Habscheid #3

Position: Defence

Shoots: Right

Height: 6’4

Weight: 206

Hometown: Chilliwack, BC

Date of Birth: March 16 1992

2008-09 Team: Swift Current, Saskatchewan Midget

How Acquired: Trade with Swift Current Broncos June 18, 2009

Notes

Acquired from the Swift Current Broncos in exchange for a 4th round bantam draft pick

Originally selected by the Swift Current Broncos with the 184th pick of the 2007 Western Hockey League bantam draft.

Zach is the son of Bruins general manager and head coach Marc Habscheid.

He scored his first and so far only WHL goal at Kelowna, beating goaltender Adam Brown in a 6-4 loss Oct. 2, 2009.

Zach missed 19 games last year, most due to a hand injury sustained early in the season.

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