The Kindersley Jr. Klippers made another addition to their roster on Monday. The team announced the signing of William Christian, coming to Kindersley from the Sherwood Park Crusaders after splitting time in the AJHL and BCHL last season.

Klippers head coach and GM Clayton Jardine shared the following statement upon the news.

"We are excited Will chose to be a Kindersley Klipper. It was evident early on in the recruiting process that this was going to be a great fit for both sides. Everyone I talked to about Will kept bringing up his work ethic and his desire to get better every single day. As a coach, you are looking to bring in these individuals to change the feeling in the room. I have no doubt Will is going to do that for us on and off the ice. Will was free to go wherever he wanted to, and he chose to be a Klipper. We are honoured, and we look forward to welcoming Will and his family to Kindersley in August."

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With over 140 games of junior experience, Christian brings valuable experience to the Klippers, and two years of remaining junior eligibility. Christian began his junior career playing two seasons with the Drumheller Dragons, before starting this past season with the Drayton Valley Thunder, eventually being traded to Sherwood Park as the AJHL's Crusaders shifted to the BCHL. In his junior career overall Christian has 44 points (15 goals, 29 assists) to go along with 104 penalty minutes.

The Klippers may have a few more moves up their sleeve ahead of the SJHL Draft coming up on June 11. Read more about draft day in a story with SJHL commissioner Kyle McIntyre in the related articles below.