Waller’s Break Out Year A Bright Spot For Lakers

trevor_waller_bg_2Wallaceburg’s Trevor Waller has been a bright spot in an otherwise disappointing first half for the PJHL’s Lakers.

A Wallaceburg resident, Waller is taking advantage of his over-age finale and has elevated his play, along with his stat sheet.

Known as a speed threat, Waller has developed a finishing touch over the last year of play, becoming a point-per-game player on a Lakers squad in dire need of offence.

Through 19 games, just prior to the mid-way point of the season, Trevor has eclipsed his career best total of 17 points through 38 games. Waller currently has a career high 11 goals and 10 assists, for 21 points.

Lakers head coach Joe Byrne Jr credits Waller’s hard work and attitude for his success.

“Trevor’s successes this season are a direct result of his attitude towards the game, this team and his teammates,” Byrne told 99.1 CKXS. “It’s a treat to watch a young man like this take advantage of his final year of junior hockey and embrace it all the way he has. He leads by example and I hope the younger players take note!”


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