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MAX SULLIVAN SIGNED TO WHL SCHOLARSHIP & DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT

KAMLOOPS BLAZERS SIGN 2006-BORN FORWARD MAX SULLIVAN

Kamloops, BC – The Kamloops Blazers have announced that the hockey club has signed 2006-born forward Max Sullivan to a WHL Scholarship and Development Agreement.

Sullivan is from Calgary, AB and played this past season for the International Hockey Academy Under-18 program in Calgary. He had 19 goals, 36 assists and 55 points in 31 games which was fourth overall in the Canadian Sports School Hockey League Under-18 league.

Sullivan_Max_80934Sullivan, who stands at 5’10” and 165lbs was selected by the Blazers in the fourth round of the 2021 WHL Prospects Draft.

“We would like to welcome Max and his family to the Kamloops Blazers organization,” said General Manager / Head Coach, Shaun Clouston. “Max had a great season and we look forward to being a part of his development over the coming years.”

Sullivan is the seventh player signed in the 2006-born age group joining goaltender Jesse Sanche, defensemen Harrison Brunicke and Kalan Anderlini along with forwards Ashton Tait, Conner Radke and Josh Kelly.

Sullivan will make his Blazers debut tonight in Prince George.
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