Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Ice Wolves acquire MacLean and Cameron

The La Ronge Ice Wolves have traded 2003-born defenceman Liam McInnis to the Nipawin Hawks in exchange for 2004-born forward Hudson Cameron, 2005-born defenceman Brynn MacLean, a second-round pick in 2024 (2008 draft) and a fifth-round pick in 2024 (2008 draft).
“Obviously, Liam wanted out,” said Ice Wolves Head Coach/GM Kevin Kaminski. “We thought that we might as well get some good players back to help us out.”

Cameron, a Kelowna, B.C. product, had eight points in 17 games this season with the Hawks. MacLean, a product of Edmonton, AB, recorded six points in 21 games this year with Nipawin.

“We got a very good - young, big defenceman in Brynn MacLean, who I think really defends well, he skates well and he moves the puck well,” said Kaminski. “Watching Hudson Cameron over the last few years, I think he has an unbelievable work ethic, great speed. He can play the power play and penalty kill. He’s definitely going to be a good leader for us.”

McInnis tallied 13 points in 14 games this season with the Ice Wolves. In 83 SJHL regular season games with La Ronge and Melfort, the Regina, SK product has 59 points and 102 penalty minutes.

Meantime, the Ice Wolves are back in action Saturday night at home when they entertain the Yorkton Terriers at the Mel Hegland Uniplex.