More changes in the net for Terriers

The Yorkton Terriers have acquired another goaltender.

Only days after sending Ben Laidlaw to Weyburn for netminder Riley Lamb, the Terriers lost Lamb as he headed to the Western Hockey League and a spot with the Swift Current Broncos.

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In acquiring Lamb the Terriers had also sent the rights to defencemen Parker Gavlas and Christian Riemer to Weyburn. Gavlas and Riemer currently play in the Western Hockey League with Gavlas playing for the Edmonton Oil Kings and Riemer playing for the Swift Current Broncos.

With Lamb departed the Terriers quickly moved to shore up the goaltending position where only Ryan Ouellette remained.

With Jan. 10, being the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League trade deadline the Terriers picked up 20-year-old goaltender Andrew Henderson from the Notre Dame Houses for a player development fee.

Henderson has appeared in 23 games for the Hounds this season and sports a 3:16 goals against average and a .908 sve percentage.

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