The Spokane Chiefs announced 2001-born forward Cordel Larson has signed a WHL Standard Player Agreement. Larson was the Chiefs’ ninth round (186th overall) pick in the 2016 WHL Bantam Draft.
“We were very impressed by Cordel’s improvement at our training camp last month,” said Chiefs’ General Manager Scott Carter via press release. “We’re excited to have him as part of the Chiefs family moving forward.”
Larson is a 5-foot-8, 159-pound forward from Weyburn, Saskatchewan. He played 42 games with the Notre Dame Hounds of the SMHL last season, scoring five goals and 13 assists.
“I am extremely excited to have signed with the Spokane Chiefs,” said Larson via press release. “They are a high-class organization (with a) tremendous coaching staff and hockey facility.”
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