PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - The Western Hockey League's Prince Albert Raiders have named Curtis Hunt the 10th general manager in franchise history.
Hunt takes over for Bruno Campese, who left the team in May after eight seasons.
Hunt spent last season as the general manager and head coach of the Fort McMurray Oil Barons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League. The Oil Barons finished the regular season with a 31-23-6 record and hosted the 2015 Western Canada Cup.
Prior to his time in Fort McMurray, Hunt spent seven years in the WHL as a head coach, split between Moose Jaw (2002-04) and Regina (2004-08; 2009-10).