- Rhett Stoesser is making progress in his recovery and is working towards a return to the Red Deer Rebels crease
- The team's head coach Derrick Walser expresses confidence in the goaltender's eventual return
- Three NHL campers are expected to return to the Rebels' lineup
Red Deer Rebels goaltender Rhett Stoesser is making progress in his recovery from a knee injury and is working towards a return to the team. Stoesser underwent surgery for a torn ACL and MCL in March and has been participating in full practice sessions since last week. The 18-year-old netminder had an impressive rookie season, and he is determined to raise his game to the next level this year. The Rebels have a strong goalie lineup with Stoesser, Kyle Kelsey, and rookie Chase Wutzke, and there is no rush to get Stoesser back into action. The team is excited about their prospects for the upcoming season.
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