Broncos sign Kaluski to WHL Standard Player Agreement

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The Swift Current Broncos have signed forward Jaxan Kaluski to a WHL Standard Player Agreement.

Kaluski, a 20-year-old from Lloydminster, Alta., had previously appeared in two games for the Seattle Thunderbirds this season.

Originally listed by the Moose Jaw Warriors, Kaluski has appeared in 132 WHL regular season games, posting 25 points (9G-16A), including one game-winning goal. Kaluski has also appeared in 11 WHL playoff games with the Thunderbirds. In six games with the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Lloydminster Bobcats this season, the 6-foot-0, 186-pound Kaluski had a single goal.

The Broncos are in action Wednesday, November 6 (7:00 p.m. MT) when they head onto the road to face the Lethbridge Broncos.

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