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Post by Macker88 on Mon Jun 02, 2014 7:47 pm

To Niagara Icedogs - Ryan Mantha (D)
To Soo Sault Marie Greyhounds - 5th Round Pick in 2017 and 2nd Round Pick in 2015 (conditional)
*Condition, Mantha Reports.

Mantha is a 6'5 225lbs defensemen who was originally drafted in the 5th Round, 97th Overall in 2012 OHL Draft by the Soo Sault Marie Greyhounds out of the Detroit Belle Tire Program. In 2013-14 Mantha split time between the Sioux City Musketeers & Indiana Ice. He won the USHL Championship as a member of the Indiana Ice.

Mantha Handles the puck well for a big man & possesses a strong breakout pass. He uses was his reach and strength to his advantage in defensive situations. He needs to work on his overall mobility and physical play, as for a kid his size, he's not overly physical. He projects as a defensive defenseman at the OHL level. He needs work, but will still undoubtedly improve the Icedogs D-Core.

Ryan Mantha - Defense
June.18.1996. 6'5 225
2013-14 Stats
53-3-12-15-71 (Regular Season)
10-0-2-2-11 (Playoffs)
5-0-1-1-27 (Ivan Hlinka Memorial) Team USA


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Post by Macker88 on Mon Jun 09, 2014 5:54 pm

To Mississauga Steelheads - (F) Noah Robinson
To Sudbury Wolves - 8th Round Pick in 2016

Noah Robinson is a, 6'1 185lbs, right winger born in 1997. Robinson was originally selected by the Sudbury Wolves in the 6th Round, 101st overall in the 2013 draft out of the Toronto Marlboros Organization. In his draft year Robinson appeared in 60 games for the Marlboros, scoring 21 goals, 24 assists for 45 points. Last season Robinson suited up for the Selects Hockey Academy where he scored 15 goals 16 assists for 31 points in just 25 games.

Robinson will likely be given every opportunity to crack the Steelheads 23 man roster. If he does he'll likely be a guy who is in an out of the lineup or playing a bottom 6 role. Robinson has a scoring touch and some size, a good addition for the Steelheads considering it cost them just an 8th round pick in 2016

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Post by Macker88 on Mon Jun 09, 2014 6:04 pm

To Sudbury Wolves - Devon Paliani (C)
To Kingston - 14th Round Selection in 2016

Paliani is a 5'10 170lbs Centre who is born in 1996. Paliani was originally selected by the Kingston Frontenacs in the 14th round, 265th overall in 2012 out of the Sun County Panthers Organization. In his draft year Paliani played in 45 games scoring 22 goals and 25 assists for 47 points. In 2012-2013 he suited up with the Hill Academy playing in 73 games, scoring 74 points on 20 goals and 54 assists. In 2013-2014, his first year of true junior hockey, Paliani suited up for the LaSalle Vipers GOJHL team where he played in 49 games scoring 26 goals and 28 assists for 54 points. In the playoffs he appeared in 9 games, scoring 11 goals and adding 4 assists for 15 points. Paliani was named GOJHL rookie of the year.

Paliani lacks some size, but he doesn't shy away from the competition. He's been able to score consistently at every level he's played, however the jump from Junior B to major junior is a big step. Given the lack of prospects in the Wolves system and a large number of wholes to be filled on the roster, Paliani should crack the squad. He's best suited in a top 6 role, but he may need a year in the bottom 6 or as a "rotational player" to adjust to the OHL game.

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Post by Macker88 on Tue Jun 17, 2014 5:12 pm

To Windsor Spitfires - (LW) Luke Kirwan (Rights)
To Guelph Storm - Second Round Pick in 2018, & Second Round Pick in 2019

Kirwan is a 6'1, 231lbs Left Winger born in 1997. Kirwan was originally selected by the Guelph Storm in the 2nd Round, 32nd Overall in 2013 out of the Islanders Hockey Club Organization (EJHL). In his OHL draft year Kirwan appeared in 34 games, scoring 11 goals and 5 assists for 16 points, to go along with 24 penalty minutes. This past season Kirwan suited up with the U.S National Under 17 Team, where he appeared in 54 games, scoring 29 goals and adding 28 assists for 57 points. He also racked up 54 penalty minutes with the US NTDP. In the World Under 17 Championships Kirwan had 7 goals and 6 assists for 13 points in just 6 games, helping his Team USA win Gold. Kirwan is born September 23. 1997, thus making him ineligible for next years NHL draft, he'll have to wait for the 2016 NHL Draft, where he is currently ranked to be a top 5 pick. The 2016 Draft will feature many of this years OHL draft picks, including Jacob Chykrun

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