Condors ink three newcomers


BAKERSFIELD, Calif.- The Bakersfield Condors, ECHL affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers, announced that the team has agreed to terms with forwards Jordan Kremyr, Josh Currie and Sean Little for the 2014-15 season.

Kremyr has played 134 ECHL games with Alaska over the last three seasons, registering 56 points (28g-28a). Last season, he got his first call-up to the American Hockey League, where he skated in 16 games with the Abbotsford Heat. As a rookie in 2011-12, he led Alaska rookies with 14 goals and was second on the team among first-year players with 24 points in 52 games. Prior to tunring pro, the Cloverdale, British Columbia native played four seasons at Providence College where he notched 27 points (13g-14a) in 104 career games.

Currie tallied 31 points (15g-16a) in 70 games as a rookie last season with Gwinnett. The 21-year-old wrapped up his junior career in 2012-13, finishing third in the QMJHL with 104 points (49g-55a) in 68 games with Prince Edward Island. Currie tallied 185 points (97g-88a) in 237 games over four seasons with the Rocket.

Little enters his rookie season after playing the last four seasons at the University of Wisconsin where he scored the game-winning goal of the Hockey City Classic at Soldier Field against Minnesota and in the Final Five championship game against Colorado College. The 23-year-old was part of the USHL’s Clark Cup title with Green Bay in 2009-10.