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Wolves Offseason Breakdown


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The Vancouver Wolves have shook up their roster a fair amount in the off-season following their controversial Continental Cup victory. The reigning champs saw the deperature of mid-season acquisitions Jeffrey Pines and Dakota Lamb, while S80 prospects Hari Singh Nalwa and Omi Aberg will be filling their respective slots. Markus Emerson Jr also announced his retirement, and the Wolves decided to bring in veteran New York Americans goaltender Thadius Sales, instead of letting backup Aike van Giersbergen take the spot. Free Agency also saw the Wolves pick up centre Aloe Dear, who joins the team looking to add another 100 point season, awards, and a cup to their already decked-out trophy case. S81 will certainly see a familiar, yet different Wolves roster, one that management thinks is even stronger than the cup winning season 80 team. Both the Reinharts and Kitson have improved their game over the off-season, and Kitson especially will be looking to step up on the first pair of the Wolves, a spot that he can now fill.

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