Curtis Meger will be joining the Kootenay ICE for the remainder of the 2018-19 season. Photo by Lucas Chudleigh/Apollo Multimedia.

Kootenay ICE sign goaltender Curtis Meger

The ICE have signed the 20-year-old goaltender for the remainder of the season.

The Kootenay ICE have signed goaltender Curtis Meger to a Standard Player Agreement.

The 20-year-old Regina native will join the team immediately for the remainder of the 2018-19 season.

Last season Meger played in 27 games with the Prince Albert Raiders and posted a 3.43 goals against average and a .866 save percentage for a record of 8-10-5-1.

For the 2018-19 season, Meger has played with the Lloydminster Bobcats in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. He has played in 20 games and posted a 4.02 goals against average and an 8.92 saver percentage.

The next home game for the ICE will be Jan. 26 against the Prince Albert Raiders.

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