The Melfort Mustangs have acquire 2002-born forward Boston Maxwell from the Kindersley Klippers in exchange for a Player Development Fee, and a draft pick in the SJHL Draft.
Maxwell, out of Saskatoon, SK, has 50 career SJHL games under his belt since his first game in the league as a call-up with the Humboldt Broncos in 2017/2018. He has also played for the La Ronge Ice Wolves, and most recently the Klippers.
The 19-year-old only played 2 games in 2020/2021 and was held without a point. In 2019/2020, split between the Ice Wolves and Klippers, Maxwell scored two goals and added seven assists in 43 games.
“Boston brings all aspects of a complete player to our organization,” said Mustangs Head Coach and General Manager Trevor Blevins. “He plays with a high level of competitiveness and skill. Mustang fans will enjoy the energy Boston brings to our lineup.”
Maxwell was originally a draft pick of the Mustangs in the fifth-round of the 2017 SJHL Bantam Draft. He was also a fourth-round pick of the Prince George Cougars in the 2017 WHL Bantam Draft.
Fall camp gets underway in just one week for the Mustangs as things get going on Friday, Sep. 3.