Special to the Sun / Stephen R. Sylvanie
Published Friday, Aug. 21, 2009 | 3:30 p.m.
Updated Friday, Aug. 21, 2009 | 4:21 p.m.
- Miller set to return (8/18/09)
- Wranglers sign Riedel, trade Spencer (8/14/09)
- Madill hopes to rehab knee and remain a Wrangler (8/14/09)
- Wranglers hold successful ‘Gearage sale’ (8/13/09)
- Blues sign former Wrangler (8/12/09)
- Wranglers drop Calgary affiliation (8/10/09)
- Wranglers ink former Fresno goalie (8/7/09)
Jason Krischuk is a Wrangler once again.
The Las Vegas Wranglers agreed to terms with the 29-year-old defenseman on Friday.
"Jason is an elite player at this level and he is someone we will rely on heavily to be a leader," said Wranglers head coach and general manager Ryan Mougenel. "More importantly he's had success in this league and he will help this team have success too."
Krischuk, an Anchorage native who played at Colorado College and Nebraska-Omaha, spent two prior seasons with the Wranglers.
In the 2006-07 season, Krischuk posted 21 points in 61 games to earn a spot on the 2007 National Conference All-Star squad.
The following year Krischuk notched 35 points and 78 penalty minutes in 68 games. In the 2008 playoffs he recorded another 12 points in 21 games.
Last season Krischuk split time between the Corpus Christi Icerayz of the CHL and the Asploven Hockey Club in Sweden.
The Wranglers open training camp on Oct. 1 and kickoff the regular season on Oct. 16 against the Utah Grizzlies at 7:05 p.m. at the Orleans Arena.
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