Dylan Guenther makes his way to his junior club

Dylan Guenther takes the path to his junior club


Arizona Coyotes forward Dylan Guenther was traded to the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League on Sunday night. 

Coyotes general manager Bill Armstrong believes this is a good decision for the development of his young player.

“Just like the World Junior Championship where Dylan helped Canada win a gold medal, it's a great opportunity for him to join a great club in Seattle, play a lot of minutes, and hopefully lead his team to the Memorial Cup “, Can we read in a press release.

The 19-year-old will join his new teammates after being traded in January from the Edmonton Oil Kings.

He had 15 points, including six goals in 33 National Hockey League (NHL) games.

Dylan Guenther also scored the game-winning goal in overtime in the 3-2 victory of Canada against Czechia in the final of the World Junior Hockey Championship on January 5.