Kimberley Dynamiters goaltender Brody Nelson (#33)

Kimberley Dynamiters goaltender Brody Nelson (#33)

KIJHL: Dynamiters trade goaltender Brody Nelson to Revelstoke

The Kimberley Dynamiters traded G Brody Nelson (1995) to the Revelstoke Grizzles in exchange for future considerations Wednesday

The Kimberley Dynamiters have traded goaltender Brody Nelson (1995) to the Revelstoke Grizzlies in exchange for future considerations.

Nelson, a native of Invermere, split the 2014-15 KIJHL season between the Columbia Valley Rockies,  Kamloops Storm and Dynamiters.

The Nitros acquired the 6-foot-1 puckstopper from the Storm in exchange for future considerations on Jan. 9, 2015.

The soft-spoken netminder provided a veteran presence in relief of starter Tyson Brouwer.

In six games with the Nitros, Nelson went 6-0-0 with a 2.00 goals-against average (GAA) and .925 save percentage (SP).

Over the entire 2014-15 KIJHL season, Nelson went 13-16-0 with two shutouts, a 3.23 GAA and .893 SP.

Nelson is a veteran of three KIJHL seasons, largely spent with the Columbia Valley Rockies, with a career mark of 31-45-3 with two shutouts, a 3.71 GAA and .892 SP.

KIJHL Notes: The Osoyoos Coyotes traded forward Bailey Shaver (1996) to the Sicamous Eagles in exchange for forward Scott Robinson (1997) late Monday. In 22 games last season, Shaver posted three goals and seven points. Robinson skated in 40 games with the Eagles last season, tallying one goal and seven points.


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