By Yoos, Cam on May 6, 2020.
Lethbridge Hurricanes announced the signing of 2005-born forward Logan Wormald to a Western Hockey League Standard Player Agreement on Tuesday.
Wormald, 15, was selected in the third round (45th overall) in the 2020 WHL bantam draft. The product of Langley, B.C. totalled 62 points, including 26 goals and 36 assists, along with 20 penalty minutes in 30 games with the Yale Hockey Academy in 2019-20 playing on Yale’s top line. He added five points in two post-season games.
“His hockey sense is off the charts and we are really excited about Wormald,” said Hurricanes general manager Peter Anholt. “He is going to be a really good player and his coaches and teammates speak so highly of him and we are really excited to get him signed.”
Wormald finished 21st in CSSBHL scoring with his 62 points while finishing second in team scoring. In two years with the Yale bantam program, Wormald suited up in 60 games totalling 106 points (45g-61a) along with 42 penalty minutes while adding 12 points in six playoff games.
Wormald is the third player from the 2020 draft to sign with the Hurricanes as he joins Cole Miller (first-round pick) and Noah Chadwick (second-round pick).
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