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Post by Macker88 on Tue Oct 08, 2013 6:37 pm

Steamed you beat me to it, I guess working nights and sleeping all day I either get the early updates or I'm the last to know.

I was able to find the full details on both deals an here they are.

To Saginaw Spirit from Belleville Bulls (D) Daniel DeSousa in exchange for Peterborough's 4th Round Pick in '14 & Saginaw's 7th Round Pick in '16.

DeSousa, is a 5'11 174lbs 17 year old defensemen, who was originally drafted in the 2nd round in 2012, 31st overall by the Belleville Bulls. He played his minor midget season with the Toronto Marlboros Hockey Club where he posted 22 points in 35 games. In 2012-2013, his rookie season in the OHL he suited up for 40 games with the Bulls putting up just 1 assist to go along with 22 penalty minutes and a plus 2 rating.
Word is DeSousa had fallen out of favour in Belleville and was seeking a trade. Word out of Belleville was they'd seek a trade, but only to a Western Conference opponent. Looks like both sides got what they wanted. DeSousa will be a good fit in Saginaw as they have been looking to add a quality defensemen.

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Post by Macker88 on Tue Oct 08, 2013 6:45 pm

To Soo Sault Marie Greyhounds from Kingston Frontenacs (LW) Jean Dupuy in exchange for Niagara's 5th Round Selection in 2014 & a Conditional 15th Round Selection in '16.

Dupuy, is a 6'2 190lbs 19 year old winger, who was originally drafted in the 13th round in 2010, 259th overall by the Kingston Frontenacs. He played his minor hockey with the Gloucester Rangers. In his first season of Jr eligibility he suited up mainly with the Midget Ottawa Jr. 67's, but was a call up with the CCHL's Hawkesbury Hawks where he posted 1 goals 2 assists for 3 points in 8 games. 2011-2012 was his first in the OHL with Kingston, he suited up for 50 games an added 8 points to go along with 25 penalty minutes and a minus 21 rating. Last season in 42 games he posted 7 points to go along with 79 penalty minutes and a minus 10 rating. This season in 3 games he had 1 goal with the Frontenacs and 5 penalty minutes.

Dupuy will be a nice veteran presence in the Soo, where he'll like see an slight bump in ice time and possibly some time on the penalty kill. The Soo have been surprising so far this season, but where definitely looking to add player of Dupuy's skill set.

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Post by jaycro on Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:18 pm

Thanks again guys for the updates. Keep up the good work enlightening us who are not on Facebook or, shudder, don't use twitter.

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Post by steamed on Wed Oct 09, 2013 11:38 am

London Knights Hockey Club (Official)

TRADE ALERT: We have acquired Brady Austin from the Belleville Bulls in exchange for
Remi Elie.
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Post by steamed on Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:49 pm

Another trade by trader George, after acquiring left winger Remi Elie from the London Knights on Wednesday, George Burnett and the Belleville Bulls announced a second transaction, with the addition of blueliner Mark Raycroft from the North Bay Battalion. In exchange, the Bulls have dealt a 6th round pick in 2015 back to North Bay.

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Post by Macker88 on Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:14 pm

Thanks again for the update steamed, I hope you don't mind me adding my extra details to what you have mention.

To Belleville Bulls from the North Bay Battalion (D) Mark Raycroft in exchange for a 6th Round Pick in '15

Raycroft is a 6'2 176lbs defensemen, who was originally drafted by the Brampton Battalion in the 6th round 121st overall in 2011. He was drafted out of the Brantford 99ers Minor Midget system where he put up 4 goals 9 assists for 13 points in 26 games. In 2011-2012 his first year of Junior eligibility he did not crack the OHL roster and suited up for the GOJHL's St. Thomas Stars where he appeared in 51 games scoring 1 goal and adding 9 assists for 10 points. Last season, was his first full season in the OHL as he suited up for 57 games with the Battalion. Raycroft had 7 assists, 14 penalty minutes and a plus 5 rating in 2012-2013. So far in 9 games this season he had contributed 2 goals and carried and even rating.

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Post by Macker88 on Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:33 pm

To London Knights from Belleville Bulls (D) Brady Austin in exchange for (LW) Remi Elie

Elie, is a 6'1 203lbs winger, who was originally drafted by the London Knights in the 5th round 91st overall in 2011. He was drafted out of the Eastern Ontario Wild Minor Midget system where he put up 15 goals and 24 assists for 39 points in 29 games to go along with 43 penalty minutes in his draft year. He was also the 1st overall pick in the CCHL that season by the Hawkesbury Hawks. His first season of Junior Eligibility he did not crack the London Knights lineup and suited up for the Hawkesbury Hawks where he scored 21 goals, added 25 assists for 46 points in 59 games. Last season was his first full season in the OHL, he put up 17 points in 65 games with the Knights on 7 goals and 10 assists. He also had 34 penalty minutes and a plus 7 rating. So far this season is 6 games with the Knights he had 3 points and was a minus 1.

Austin, is a 6`4 220lbs defensemen, who was originally drafted by the Erie Otters in the 2nd round, 30th overall in 2009. He was drafted out of the Central Ontario Wolves Minor Midget system where he put up 25 goals 27 assists for 52 points in 60 games, to go along with 72 penalty minutes. Austin made the Otters in his first year of Junior Eligibility and contributed immediately with 5 goals 10 assists for 15 points in 64 games. His 2nd season in the OHL was slightly less successful as he had 1 goal and 12 assists for 13 points in 59 games. In 2011-2012 he was moved to the Belleville Bulls where he had his best offensive season to date. His stats read 68GP 6G 20A 26PTS 59PIM -1. He was also drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the 7th round 193rd overall in the 2012 season. In 2012-2013 he had 8 goals 15 assists for 23 points in 64 games an a plus 16 rating. So far in this his overage season he has 1 goal and 4 assists for 5 points in 7 GP.
Austin while capable offensively is still very steady defensively and he could really realize his overall potential playing under the Hunters in London.
Elie will enjoy top line minutes, and special team minutes in Belleville and will like see a big increase in point totals. A change of scenario is definitely what Elie needed, as playing behind all the talent in London was not helping his NHL stock.

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Post by Macker88 on Fri Oct 11, 2013 1:17 pm

To North Bay Battalion from Barrie Colts (D) Jayme Forslund

Forslund, is a 6'4 201lbs defensemen born in 1995. Forslund was originally drafted by the Barrie Colts in the 9th round 163rd overall in the 2011 OHL draft. He suited up for the Grey-Bruce Highlanders in his Minor Midget season, posting 5 goals and 28 assists for 33 points in 45 games, along with 114 penalty minutes. In his first season of Junior Eligibility he suited up for 7 games with the GOJHL's Owen Sound Grey's, providing 1 assist. 2012-2013 was his first full Junior season, he suited up for the Orangeville Flyers for 55 games. He scored 1 goal an added 5 assists for 6 points, while piling up 106 penalty minutes. He has yet to suit up for any games in the 2013-2014 season.

I could not find much more information on Forslund, judging by his numbers he was not holding out on the OHL for the NCAA, but I could be wrong. The likely case is he was just unable to crack a very deep Barrie Colts Defense core

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Post by steamed on Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:11 pm

a couple of trades today as Macker88 can probably update  more info on these players.

Kitchener trades OA Eric Ming to Niagara for
ER '15 and NIA 9th '14.

Niagara trades Brook Hiddink to Plymouth for
WSR 3rd '14 & PLY 12th '16.
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Post by Macker88 on Thu Oct 17, 2013 1:47 am

To Plymouth Whalers from Niagara Icedogs Brook Hiddink in exchange for Windsor's 3rd in '14 & Plymouth's 12th in '16.

Hiddink, is a 5'11 190lbs Right Winger, who can also line up down the middle. He was originally a 1st round pick 21st overall by the Icedogs in 2012. Hiddink played his Minor Midget Hockey with the Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs. His last year of M Midget he put up 55 points in 42 games. His first OHL season was in 2012-2013, he suited up for 51 games and scored 4 goals and 3 assists for 7 points, he was a minus 10 on the season. So far this season before the trade, Hiddink had scored one goal and added 5 assists in 9 games.

Definitely surprising to see the rebuilding Icedogs give up on a 1st round pick from just a season prior. Hiddink may not exactly have lived up to his 1st round draft status last season, but this season he's nearly on a point per game pace. You'd think that would be enough of an improvement for the Icedogs to hang on to the kid for another season as they didn't get much of a return. Good deal for Plymouth.

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Post by Macker88 on Thu Oct 17, 2013 2:01 am

To Niagara Icedogs from Kitchener Rangers Eric Ming in exchange for Niagara's 9th round pick in '14 & Erie's 4th round pick in '15.

Ming, is a 5'10 174lbs Right Winger, who was originally a 7th round draft pick of the Kitchener Rangers 123rd overall in 2009. He was drafted out of the Eastern Ontario Wild Minor Midget Program, where he had 22 points in 27 games in his draft year. His first year of Junior eligibility was spent with the Cornwall Colts of the CCHL. Ming posted 56 points in 49 games in his rookie season with the Cornwall Colts on 20 goals and 36 assists. In 2010-2011 he made the jump to the OHL with the Rangers and suited up for 65 games, scoring 3 goals an adding 5 assists for 8 points, while racking up 18 penalty minutes and a mins 16 rating. In year 2 of his OHL career he saw a massive increase in point production scoring 10 goals and 20 assists for 30 points in 62 games. He also improved his plus minus rating in 2011-2012 with a plus 13. Last season he didn't decline but he also did not improve statistically as he scored 11 goals an added 17 assists for 28 points in 61 games. This season he had 3 points on 1 goals and 2 assists in 3 games, while being a minus 3.

Ming will add some veteran leadership to the young Icedogs squad. He'll likely see an ice time increase, which will undoubtedly add to a point total increase. When Ben Thomson was returned to the Kitchener Rangers from the New Jersey Devils for his OA season it left the Rangers with 4 overage players so a trade was needed to get them down to the league maximum of 3 overage players. This is a good deal for both teams in my opinion

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Post by steamed on Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:07 pm

A couple of trades and a waiver claim.

Oct. 18    KIT- Wsr's 6th Rnd '15   for   WSR Jordan DeKort
Oct. 18    BAR- Alex Fotinos          for   WSR 7th Rnd '15
Oct. 17    KGN- Claimed John Bowen off waivers from Windsor
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Post by Macker88 on Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:38 pm

To Windsor Spitfires from Barrie Colts (G) Alex Fotinos in exchange for Barrie's 7th Round Pick in '15

Fotinos, is a 6'0 176lbs goalie who was originally drafted by the Barrie Colts in the 2nd round 37th overall in 2011. Fotinos played his minor midget season with the Toronto Marlboros hockey club. In his draft year Fotinos had an amazing 1.00GAA in 37 games and was the 5th goalie selected in the 2011 draft, behind Spencer Martin, Ian Jenkins, Jordan DeKort and Ken Appleby. 2011-2012 was his first of Junior eligibility, that season he split his time with the Thorold Blackhawks of the GOJHL and the Barrie Colts. While with the Colts he appeared in 14 games going 5-5-0-1 with a 3.18GAA an a 0.908 Save % and 1 Shutout. In 2012-2013 Fotinos backed up veteran Mathias Niederberger, appearing in 19 games going 9-8-1-0 with a 3.18GAA an a 0.897 Save %. Fotinos was expected to take over the starting role in Barrie this season, but although starting 3-0 he was passed over by rookie Mackenzie Blackwood and Import Pick Daniel Gibl. With Fotinos reduced to a backup role at best its my assumption he asked to be moved, and the Colts honoured his request.

As far as the outlook on the trade. Windsor was in need of some goaltending help undoubtedly, however I'm not so sure Fotinos is the answer. He has limited OHL experience despite this being his 3rd season in the league. An his numbers as a back up with a very good Colts team during his time there are pretty underwhelming. Good deal for Barrie as they're able to acquired a draft pick for a player that was likely to be released at some point this season.

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Post by Macker88 on Fri Oct 18, 2013 4:57 pm

To Kitchener Rangers from Windsor Spitfires (G) Jordan DeKort in exchange for Windsor's 6th Round Pick in '15

DeKort, is a 6'4 192lbs goalie who was originally drafted by the Windsor Spitfires in the 2nd round 30th overall in 2011. DeKort played his minor midget season with the Markham Majors AAA program. In his draft year he appeared in 42 games and had 1.92GAA. DeKort was the 3rd goalie selected in his draft year. His first year of Junior eligibility was mainly spent with the LaSalle Vipers of the GOJHL, he appeared in 37 games an had a 3.57GAA to go a long with a 0.885 Save %. That season he also suited up for 3 games with the Spitfires going 0-1 with a 5.39GAA an a 0.882 Save %. DeKort was also the backup for Team Ontario in 2011-2012 appearing in 1 game. In 2012-2013 DeKort split time with import Jaroslav Pavelka, appearing in 25 games going 3-11-1-2 with a 4.34GAA an a 0.883 Save %. This season DeKort was expected to be the Spitfires starter but through 9 games he was unimpressive going 1-5-0-0 with a 3.21GAA an 0.890 Save %.

Windsor must have had enough with DeKort's sub par play and decided to move him while they'd be able to get some return for him. DeKort is still young and could still become a solid goalie in this league, but a change of scenario was definitely in need. Kitchener has OA Tyson Teichmann and just recently traded (F) Eric Ming to get down to the league maximum of 3 OA's, so it will be interesting to see what happens in goal in Kitchener.

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Post by Macker88 on Fri Oct 18, 2013 5:05 pm

Waiver Claim - To Kingston Frontenacs from Windsor Spitfires (D) John Bowen

Bowen, is a 6'3 205lbs defensemen who was originally drafted by the Windsor Spitfires in the 7th round 132nd overall in 2010. Bowen played his minor midget season in the USA with Team Comcast U-16 where he appeared in 33 games, an posted 2 goals and 6 assists for 8 points. His first season of Junior Eligibility he returned to minor hockey playing with Team Comcast's U-18 team, posting 1 goal 5 assists for 6 points in 38 games. 2011-2012 was his first in the OHL and he suited up for 38 games for the Spitfires totaling 1 assist and 61 penalty minutes along with a minus 7 rating. In 2012-2013 Bowen appeared in 38 games, and did not rack up any points, although he did rack up 64 penalty minutes and was once again a minus 7. This season before being claimed by Kingston, Bowen had appeared in 3 games and had 2 penalty minutes and a minus 1 rating.

Good pick up for Kingston, Bowen is a solid 6-7 defensemen that adds toughness and veteran experience. They got him for nothing so they have nothing to lose. Bowen is great insurance for a team bound to go deep in the playoffs. Can't lie I would of loved to seen Oshawa claim this kid. He would have been a major upgrade of Desrochers as the teams 7th D-Man an would possibly have jumped into the top 6.

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Post by Macker88 on Fri Oct 18, 2013 5:07 pm

Sudbury has signed 4th round pick 67th overall in 2013 (D) Austin Clapham. Clapham was playing in the OJHL for the Oakville Blades and will be a call up for the Wolves going forward this season.
So far in 2013-2014 Clapham has 1 assist and 18 penalty minutes in 9 games. Clapham spent his minor midget season with the Mississauga Rebels of the GTHL putting up 6 goals and 7 assists for 13 points in 24 games.

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Post by Macker88 on Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:20 pm

To Ottawa 67's from London Knights (D) Owen Stewart in exchange for Ottawa's 15th Round Pick in '15

Stewart, was claimed by the London Knights off of Waivers earlier this season from the Kitchener Rangers. Stewart only ended up appearing in 3 games with the Knights this season recording no points, an even plus minus rating and 2 penalty minutes. Stewart was expendable by the Knights after the acquired Alex Basso from the Sarnia Sting in a trade earlier this month.

* I did a full write up on Stewart when the Knights claimed him earlier this season. So for more information scroll back a page or 2.

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Post by Macker88 on Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:25 pm

Two other Minor moves where made today.

Dylan Staples a former 6th round pick 110th overall by the Kingston Frontenacs in 2010, has left the Soo Sault Marie Greyhounds organization and signed with the Pembroke Lumber in the CCHL. Through 4 games this season with the Greyhounds Staples had 1 goal and was a minus 1. Staples is in his 4th year of junior eligibility, having spent all of the 2010-2011 season with Kingston. 2011-2012 saw him split time with Kingston and Soo Sault Marie, while 2012-2013 he was with the Greyhounds all season.


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Post by Macker88 on Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:30 pm

The second minor move today was,

(F) David Perklin of the Saginaw Spirit has signed with the Shawinigan Cataractes of the QMJHL.

Perklin was oringally a 1st round 17th overall pick of the Ottawa 67's in the 2011 OHL draft. Perklin never lived up to his billing as he was moved half way through his rookie season with the 67's to the Saginaw Spirit. While with Ottawa in 31 games in 2011-2012 he recorded 0 points. While with Saginaw in 2011-2012 he recorded 1 goal and 1 assists for 2 points in 22 games. Last season through 52 games Perklin scored 2 goals and added 2 assists for 4 points. This season he had yet to suite up with the Spirit.

His OHL Stat Line
105GP 3G 3A 6PTS 47PIM -9

Not very impressive stats.

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Post by Macker88 on Wed Oct 23, 2013 4:36 pm

To Mississauga Steelheads from London Knights (C) Jacob Jammes in exchange for Ottawa's 5th Round Pick in 2014

Jammes, is a 5'10 174lbs Center, who was drafted in the 2nd round 31st overall in 2011 by the London Knights. He spent his first year of junior eligibility with his hometown Gloucester Rangers of the CCHL, where he appeared in 43 games racking up 18 goals and 14 assists for 32 points, along with 14 penalty minutes. 2012-2013 was Jammes first full season in the OHL suiting up for the London Knights. He appeared in 27 games, scoring 2 goals and adding 9 assists for 11 points to go a long with 13 penalty minutes and a plus 8 rating. So far in 2013-2014 in 8 games he had 3 assists.

In my opinion this is a great deal for the Steelheads. Jammes has a great deal of offensive ability, he just hasn't had the change to play in an offensive role. He also hasn't received much power play time. In Mississauga he'll likely get both. Jammes has basically fallen victim to the Knights depth. Jammes was expected to see an increased role this season in London, but with the emergence of 1st round pick Mitch Marner & fellow rookie Christian Dvoarak along with Montreal Draft pick Michael McCarron deciding to come to the OHL that just didn't happen.

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Post by steamed on Thu Oct 24, 2013 3:26 pm

The Ottawa 67s have picked up defenceman Ryan Duhaime from the Mississauga Steelheads for a 14th round pick in 2014.
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To Ottawa 67's from Mississauga Steelheads (D) Ryan Duhaime in exchange for a 14th Round pick in '14

Duhaime, is a 5'11 176lbs defenseman who was originally drafted in the 2nd round 37th overall by the Mississauga organization in 2010. His first season of Junior Eligibility was spent with the Kanata Stallions of the CCHL where he appeared in 39 games scoring 1 goal an adding 10 assists for 11 points. In 2011-2012 he appeared in 39 games for Mississauga recording just 1 assist and 19 penalty minutes. Last season in 59 games Duhaime scored 1 goal and added 4 assists for 5 points. This year in 6 games with the Steelheads he had no points 7 penalty minutes and was a minus 7.

Strictly a depth move for the 67's as they have several D-Men out to injury right now. Hometown kid, an former 2nd round pick, could potentially strive in his hometown. Although its unlikely.

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Post by Macker88 on Wed Oct 30, 2013 1:05 am

To Charlottetown Islanders from Mississauga Steelheads (LW) Spenser Cobbold.

Yet another player has jumped ship from the OHL and headed to the QMJHL.
Cobbold, was originally an 8th round pick 157th overall in 2010 by the Mississauga Majors (at the time). In 64 games in 2012-2013 he produced 23 points. He was expected to see his ice time an point totals increase this season, but that just didn't happen with guys like Everett Clark, Bryson Cianfrone, Austin Gerhart, Sean Day and Jesse Barwell coming in.

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Post by Macker88 on Wed Oct 30, 2013 1:09 am

To Charlottetown Islanders from Sarnia Sting (D) Mike DiPaolo.

DiPaolo left the Sarnia Sting about 2 weeks ago an signed 3 or 4 days ago with the Islanders of the QMJHL. DiPaolo was originally a 4th round pick 72nd overall in 2010 by the Sarnia Sting. He's only recorded 1 goal in his OHL career, that was last season during one of the 43 games he suited up for. DiPaolo though is known for his rough an tumble defensive play. He'll bring sturdy defense and toughness to the QMJHL club.

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Post by Macker88 on Wed Oct 30, 2013 1:16 am

To Owen Sound Attack from Sarnia Sting (RW) Brett Hargrave in exchange for a 4th Round Pick in '14, Windsor's 3rd Round Pick in '17 & a conditional 2nd Round Pick in '16.
(I believe the condition is he reports to Owen Sound and Finishes the season there.)
Hargrave, Hargrave is a 6'4 205lbs right winger from North Bay Ontario. He was originally drafted in the first round 13th overall by the Sarnia Sting in 2012. Last season, his rookie year in the OHL he didn't exactly see top ice time and racked up just 6 goals and 5 assists for 11 points in 63 games. Hargrave suited up for Team Ontario during last years Christmas break scoring 2 goals and 3 assists for 5 points in 5 games. So far this season in 9 games with Sarnia he had 1 goal and 3 assists for 4 points.

Hargrave left the Sting due to a conflict with management over ice time. So the Stings hand was forced in moving him. He has a boatload of potential and could easily be drafted in the top 2 rounds of this upcoming NHL draft. Great deal for the Attack moving forward

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