The Agra Risk Wheatland Kings have announced that Kage Yellowfly will be leaving the club.

The forward signed with the University of Providence in Great Falls, Montana.

He played four seasons with the team and according to General Manager of the Kings, Cody Holdaway, he wishes him the best in his future career.

"Kage played four remarkable seasons with the Kings. He's now 21. So, he can't play with the Kings anymore, he has aged out of junior hockey."

Head Coach Doug Raycroft says Yellowfly will always be a King, “Kage is an amazing hockey player. I’m so happy he is able to continue his career. Kage was on both specially teams and a leader for us for many years. He is a great young man and I know he can do great things with his new team."

Holdaway says the Kings have nothing but good things to say about the former player.

"The team and I wish Kage the best in his future hockey endeavors. We wish him and the rest of the University of Providence Argos the best of luck in the upcoming season."

Yellowfly collected 90 points in 88 games with the Kings over a four-year span during the regular season.