ORLANDO, Fla. –Lyon joins the professional ranks after spending the last four seasons in the Western Hockey League. Lyon had a breakout season last year, scoring 13 goals, adding 23 assists, and racking up 164 penalty minutes in 66 games split between the Moose Jaw Warriors and Kelowna Rockets. In his 224 WHL games, the Grand Forks, British Columbia, native registered 606 penalty minutes while contributing 21 goals and 41 assists for 62 points.
Good completed his first professional season with the Missouri Mavericks of the Central Hockey League, scoring one goal and adding eight assists to go along with 106 penalty minutes. He got his first taste of professional action in 2010-11 when he played in six games with the Florida Everblades tallying one assist and eight penalty minutes.