The Prince George Spruce Kings have added size and experience with their latest acquisition.
On Monday the B.C. Hockey League team announced they’ve picked up six-foot-two, 201-pound forward Hunor Torzsok in a future considerations deal with the Mmerritt Centennials.
The 20-year-old Torzsok played 38 games last season for the Cents and scored 16 goals and three assists. He brings 74 games of BCHL experience, having also skated for the Nanaimo Clippers.
Born in Budapest, Hungary, Torzsok was raised in Cloverdale and is a product of the Delta Hockey Academy, where he played two seasons before joining the WHL Vancouver Giants. He played 37 games over three seasons with the Giants (2017-19). He also played two games last year for the Everett Silvertips (WHL) and had a six-game stint in the SJHL with the Estevan Bruins.
“Hunor is a veteran player that will be a good addition to our lineup,” said Kings general manager Mike Hawes. "He provides some size up front and is a good person that will add some more leadership to our group."
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