Alberni Valley Bulldogs add player

Keith Anderson from Hermiston, ON has joined the Bulldogs from the Vernon Vipers.

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs have acquired Keith Anderson (Hermiston, ON) from the Vernon Vipers in exchange for future considerations.

The six-foot-four Anderson spent the previous 12 games with the Vipers scoring four points (three goals and one assist). During the 2015-16 season, Anderson was a member of the Victoria Royals of the Western Hockey League where he suited up for 39 career games.

The Bulldogs have also transferred forward Auggie Moore to the Aston Rebels of the North American Hockey League.

The team travels to Nanaimo to face the Clippers on Wednesday night to begin a five-day road trip. Their next home game is on Sunday Dec. 11 when they face the Wenatchee Wild.

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