Sting Swap Defenceman With Hamilton Bulldogs

SARNIA, ON- Sarnia Sting General Manager Dylan Seca announced today that the Hockey Club has acquired 2001 born defenceman Cameron Supryka (suh-preak-ah) from the Hamilton Bulldogs.



Supryka, a left shot blueliner comes to the Sting from the Eastern Conference, in which he spent three seasons (110 OHL games) between the Peterborough Petes and Hamilton Bulldogs. In 53 games this past season, the 6’02” 185lbs. defenseman tallied 3 goals and 18 assists, holding a +1 rating for the Bulldogs.

A native of Bellville, ON. Supryka was originally selected in the third round (60th overall) of the 2017 Ontario Hockey league Priority Selection by the Peterborough Petes. Cameron Supryka Player Profile. “Cameron is a player that as a group we have coveted for some time now. He is a great skater that shows good offensive upside. He had strong numbers from last season, and we feel he still has room to grow from there. He is a well-rounded defender and we are excited to add him to our lineup.” Comments Seca on the clubs’ newest acquisition. In exchange, the Hamilton Bulldogs will receive Sting defenceman Colton Kammerer. Similar to Supryka, Kammerer was chosen in the third round of the 2017 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection and suited up in 148 OHL games for the Sting, recording 37 points. Last season the Brooklin, ON native tallied 4 goals and 10 assists. Colton Kammerer Player Profile

“On behalf of the entire Sarnia Sting organization I would like to thank Colton for the effort and dedication he showed to our program these past three seasons in Sarnia. He has been an excellent role model and leader for our club and this community. We wish him all the best as he becomes a member of the Bulldogs.” Seca adds.

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