Defenceman Bryan Allbee comes to the Chilliwack Chiefs with major junior experience, having played for the Western Hockey League’s Kootenay Ice and Seattle Thunderbirds. TAYLOR ROCCA PHOTO

Chilliwack Chiefs add veteran blueliner in BCHL trade

The Prince George Spruce Kings have dealt 20 year old D-man Bryan Allbee to the Chiefs.

The Chilliwack Chiefs have bolstered the blueline, making a deal with a division rival.

The Chiefs sent future considerations to the Prince George Spruce Kings in return for 20 year defenceman Bryan Allbee.

Listed at six-foot and 180 pounds on eliteprospects.com, the blueliner spent parts of three seasons in the Western Hockey League with the Kootenay Ice and Seattle Thunderbirds. In 146 WHL games he scored 11 goals and added 17 assists. He finished last season with the Spruce Kings where he got into 19 games, scoring twice and adding an assist.

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