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Mark Liwiski is just removed from his Western Hockey League career and he has now signed on the dotted line to continue his hockey career.

Liwiski of Dauphin signed an American Hockey League contract with the San Jose Barracuda. In a release, general manager Joe Will had the following to say about Mark.

“Mark is a rugged, two-way forward,” said Will. “He’s coming off his best season of junior and we’re excited for him to join our team.”

Mark's career season saw him score 24 goals while adding 22 assists in 63 games with the Kelowna Rockets. 

Across four years in the WHL with the Everett Silvertips and Rockets, Liwiski played 204 games, scoring 52 goals and adding 44 assists. He had a plus-seven rating. 

The Barracuda are set to open its training camp on October 3 and will play its first exhibition game on Oct. 7 at Bakersfield.