Bulldogs sign new goalie

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs are pleased to announce that the team has acquired 20- year-old veteran goaltender Chris Tai.

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs have aquired 20-year-old veteran goaltender Chris Tai from the Lloydminster Bobcats.

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs are pleased to announce that the team has acquired 20- year-old veteran goaltender Chris Tai from the Lloydminster Bobcats (AJHL) for future considerations.

Tai is entering his fourth season at the Junior A/WHL level, including 79 games of experience between the WHL, BCHL, and AJHL – 14 of which were in the playoffs.

Tai, born in Delta, BC, is a product of the North Delta Minor Hockey Association before he moved on to major midget with the Greater Vancouver Canadians in 2011/12, the same program that produced Bulldogs’ new recruit Jordan Sandhu.

Last season, Tai played for the Coquitlam Express where he posted a record of 19-14-1 over 36 games along with a .899 save percentage.

The Bulldogs would like to welcome Chris to the Bulldogs family.

Fans’ first chance to see Tai in action will be on Monday, August 24th when the Alberni Valley Bulldogs hit the ice for the 2015/16 main camp.

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