The Cranbrook Bucks have traded 2002-born forward Zeth Kindrachuk to the Okotoks Oilers for future considerations.
Kindrachuk has been with the Bucks since the team’s first season playing a total of 50 games for the club. Zeth was tied for the team lead in scoring in the COVID year pod season with 9 points and then accumulated 7 points through 36 games this past season. He also suited up for all 6 playoff games in April collecting 3 points.
“Zeth has been an instrumental member of our organization since we got started two years ago.” Said Head Coach and GM Ryan Donald. “He brought a great passion and energy for the game of hockey each day and worked to improve himself every time on the ice. We wish him nothing but the best in his future.”
The Cranbrook Bucks would like to thank Zeth for his contributions to the Cranbrook Bucks over the past 2 years and wish him the best in Okotoks.