A pair of Kindersley Jr. Klippers have signed on to play college hockey. The team announced Monday that forwards Brock Mueller and Easton Inglis both committed to Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania for next season, playing in the UCHC conference.

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Both products of a trade, Inglis came to the Klippers from the Calgary Canucks last fall. The 20-year-old was able to post a career high 11 goals, 13 assists, for 24 points. 

"Easton provided the Klippers’ lineup with energy immediately upon his arrival and carried that through until the last game of the season. An elite penalty killer and faceoff man, Inglis always did whatever was asked of him and played a key role in getting the Klippers back to the postseason."

Mueller came to the Klippers through a trade deadline deal with the Flin Flon Bombers. Mueller played 20 games in green and white, putting up 6 goals and 8 assists for 14 points. Facing his former team in the playoffs, Mueller had two points across the four game series.

"Brock did anything that was asked of him during his time in Kindersley and did whatever it took to win, a trait that went a long way with his teammates and Klipper fans alike. There was no quit in his game, and he played a big role in getting the Klippers back into the playoff picture."

Mueller and Inglis are the fifth and sixth Klippers to announce their post-secondary intents for next year. They join Simon Diaz who committed to Aurora University back in February, Nathan Degraves who committed to Red Deer Polytechnic in March, and locals Tylin Hilbig and Logan Linklater who made the decision to attend the University of Windsor and continue their hockey careers.

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"We would like to thank Easton and Brock as an organization, and wish them nothing but the best moving forward in their hockey and educational journeys!"

Next up for the Klippers is the SJHL Draft being held Tuesday, June 11 at 3:00 PM. The team made a flurry of moves last week, and you can read comments from Klippers head coach and GM Clayton Jardine in the related articles section below.