The Fort McMurray Oil Barons have signed five current and former Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL) student-athletes ahead of the 2023/24 Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) season.
A forward from Calgary, AB, Ryley Callan played the 2020/21 COVID-19 shortened season with the Northern Alberta Xtreme (NAX) U16 Prep team.
Anthony Campbell has spent the last two seasons with Mount Academy. The Phillipsburg, QC would record 35 points in 28 games with the Mount Academy U18 #1 team during the 2021/22 season. He would add three points in five playoff games as Mount captured the 2022 CSSHL U18 Eastern Championship. This season Campbell tallied 3 goals and 10 assists in 7 games with the Mount Academy U18 Varsity team. He would produce five points in three playoff games at the 2023 CSSHL U18 Eastern Championship.
Originally from Qingdao, China, Jason Huang has played the last three CSSHL seasons with NAX. During the 2020/21 U15 Prep season he would record five goals and six assists in four games. The following U16 Prep season Huang would finish third on his team and tenth among all CSSHL skaters with 51 points in 36 games. He would add six points in five playoff games as NAX were crowned 2022 CSSHL U16 Prep Champions. This season Huang tallied 24 points in 28 U18 Prep games, fourth most amongst NAX skaters.
Chad Lebeau, a defenseman from Repentigny, QC, has spent the last two seasons playing alongside Campbell at Mount Academy. During the 2021/22 season he would finish with 19 points in 24 games. He would add two points in two playoff games to help Mount capture the 2022 CSSHL U18 Eastern Championship. This season Lebeau would record three goals and seven assists in seven games with the Mount Academy U18 Varsity team.
A sixth round pick, 116th overall by the Winnipeg Ice at the 2021 Western Hockey League (WHL) Draft, Kyle Marsden played two seasons in the CSSHL with NAX. During the 2020/21 season the Stephenville, NL defender would play three U15 Prep games, producing one assist. This season Marsden would play 27 U18 Prep games for NAX, tallying 5 goals and 3 assists. He would also play two AJHL games for the Oil Barons, and one WHL games for the Ice, as an affiliate player.