Former Surrey Eagles netminder Conor Barrie makes a save during a BCHL game last season. Barrie was dealt to the Langley Rivermen late last month.

Former Surrey Eagles netminder Conor Barrie makes a save during a BCHL game last season. Barrie was dealt to the Langley Rivermen late last month.

Surrey Eagles deal Barrie to Rivermen

In return for former backup netminder, the Eagles receive future considerations.

The Surrey Eagles will have two new goaltenders in the nest when the BC Hockey League season hits the ice this fall, after the team dealt its backup goaltender late last month.

On June 25, the Eagles sent Conor Barrie, a 19-year-old Vernon native, to the Langley Rivermen in exchange for future considerations.

Last year, Barrie didn’t see much time in the crease behind all-star Andrew Hunt, playing just 11 games. He had a 6-3 win-loss record, a goals-against average of 3.49 and an .885 save percentage.

Hunt won’t be back, either, having moved on to play at Clarkson University.

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