The by-most-accounts outspoken 20-year-old forward had a last, best chance to make something of his remaining time in the WHL after the Kamloops Blazers acquired him for a song (a conditional draft choice last month). Whatever the reason — and keep in mind many overages can be jettisoned without regret if a team believes it has to make room for a better one, since teams are limited to three 20-year-olds — his chance with the division-leading Blazers did not last very long.
From Gregg Drinnan:
Read More »from Kamloops Blazers’ Charles Inglis experiment ends
Shortly after the Blazers had been beaten 5-2 by the Oil Kings in Edmonton, Kamloops issued a news release. Here it is, in its entirety:
"General Manager Craig Bonner announced tonight that the Blazers have parted ways with 20-year-old forward Charles Inglis.
"Inglis came to the Blazers in a trade in late November. Inglis played 11 games with the Blazers and recorded five assists in his short time." (Taking Note)