Rebels profile: Nick Bell

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Nick Bell

Born: February 7, 1990

Position: Defence

Shoots: Left

Height: 6’1″

Weight: 189 lbs.

Hometown: Innisfail, Alta.

2008-2009 team: Red Deer Rebels — WHL

Draft: Eligible-2010

Player info: Nick Bell was contacted by the Rebels coaching staff two summers ago after suiting up with the Okotoks Oilers of the Alberta Junior Hockey League.

Previously, the six-foot-one, 190-pound defenceman attended the Prince George Cougars training camp on three occasions without appearing in even a single WHL preseason game.

With the Oilers, he displayed his offensive prowess by racking up 37 points — including eight goals — in 61 games.

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