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Sarnia Legionnaires Secure Right Winger from Listowel

October 2, 2012 

The Sarnia Legionnaires have secured a high scoring right winger from the Listowel Cyclones of the GOJHL's Midwest Conference..

Jeff Bauer, a point-a-game man over the past two seasons, has been obtained in a straight cash deal.

"He's a top-six forward,” Legionnaire general manager Bob Williamson said in announcing the acquisition.

In fact, Bauer scored 101 points in 98 Jr. 'B' hockey games over the past two winters. In one contest, he blinked the red light four times.

Last year he enjoyed his best campaign to date, notching 26 goals, including a league-leading five shorthanded markers.

Bauer stands 5'11 and weighs in at 192 pounds. In addition to his scoring exploits, he's said to be a good two-way forward and a top notch penalty killer.

The 19-year-old Lambeth native, who had a short stint with the Trenton Golden Hawks Tier 2 Jr. 'A' squad earlier this fall, said, “I'm really excited about coming to Sarnia. I've heard nothing but good things about the city and the team. Dan Rose always puts together a good squad. He really knows what he's doing. I couldn't be more excited to play for him.”

He added, “We can make a push for the Suthie (Sutherland Cup as Ontario champions) for sure.”









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