With a total of 38 BCHL games under his belt including five last season with the Rivermen, Trevor MacLean adds not only poise and a high hockey IQ to the Riv blueline, but also a good deal of experience.
The soon-to-be 19 year-old from North Vancouver began patrolling the blue line for the Powell River Kings where he put up one goal and nine assists with 12 penalty minutes in 30 games. He finished the season with his hometown North Vancouver Wolfpack of the PJHL adding a big boost for the Junior B club. During this same span MacLean dressed in five games for the Riv and stepped up big time filling in extremely competently, proving he would be a good asset for the team long-term. He was solid in his own zone and was a big part of the reason why the Rivermen allowed just a combined two goals on a tough two-game Island road trip in late January.
At 6’1″ and 175 pounds, MacLean adds solid defence while also jumping up on the rush when it’s safe to do so, making for a good two-way blueliner.
A former member of the BC Major Midget League’s Vancouver Northwest Giants, MacLean has a Mac’s tournament championship and a BCMML league title to his credit. Dedicated in the offseason, an NCAA Division I scholarship is a goal of his for the coming year, a season in which he can certainly make a big impact with the Rivermen.