The West Kelowna Warriors have added Jaden Schmeisser to their defense corps for the 2013-14 season. Schmeisser was acquired from the Victoria Grizzlies.

West Kelowna adds more blueline depth in BCHL trade with Victoria

In a deal for future considerations, the Warriors add another player to its blueline for this coming season.

The West Kelowna Warriors have acquired defenseman Jaden Schmeisser, (1993 birth year) from the Victoria Grizzlies for future considerations.

Schmeisser spent the last two seasons with the Grizzlies. The 6-foot-2 product from Qualicum Beach is just what the Warriors were looking for, according to coach/GM Rylan Ferster.

“Acquiring Jaden gives us much needed size on the back end,” said Ferster.  “He’s a twenty year old that will add experience, and bring a physical presence every night.”

Jaden played in 44 games last year and scored three goals with nine assists. He added a goal and an assist, in eight playoff games this past spring.

Schmeisser will be in town mid-August for the start of the Warriors training camp.

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