The Spokane Chiefs have added 19-year-old Darren Kramer from Peace River, Alberta to their roster.  The 6’2″, 190 pound forward will join the team tonight in Kamloops when the Chiefs play the Blazers.

“Darren is a character player who plays with grit and tenacity,” Chiefs Director of Player Personnel Chris Moulton said.

Kramer has played the past two seasons with the Grande Prairie Storm of the Alberta Junior Hockey League and recorded 19 goals, 30 points and 311 penalty minutes in 58 games last season.  He added another two goals, four points and 23 penalty minutes in nine playoff games.

“Darren was the captain of his team and a very prominent person in the Grande Prairie community. He plays with a lot of fire but also has the ability to bring some offense at times as well. We are hoping Darren will bring compete and leadership to our team,” Moulton added.

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