There was another one of those deals for which the OHL has become so well-known — four players and 11 draft picks. The Kingston Frontenacs sent two players to the Niagara IceDogs for two players and 11 draft picks. Seriously!
From the Kingston Frontenacs website . . .
The Kingston Frontenacs have acquired defenceman Billy Constantinou, forward Ian Martin, and 11 OHL Priority Selection picks from the Niagara IceDogs in exchange for forward Jason Robertson and defenceman Jacob Paquette.
In addition to Constantinou and Martin, the Frontenacs have acquired a number of OHL Priority Selection picks:
- Sarnia’s 2nd-round pick in 2019
- Windsor’s 7th-round pick in 2019
- Windsor’s 3rd-round pick in 2020
- Peterborough’s 2nd-round pick in in 2021
- Niagara’s 5th-round pick in in 2021
- Niagara’s 2nd-round pick in 2022
- Kitchener’s 3rd-round pick in 2022
- Niagara’s 2nd-round pick in 2023
- London’s 3rd-round pick in 2024
- Niagara’s 13th-round pick in 2020
- Niagara’s 11th-round pick in 2021
So . . . the Nelson Leafs dropped a 4-2 decision to the Braves in Spokane on Saturday. These are teams that play in the junior B Kootenay International Hockey League. . . . After the game, things got a little heated on social media. The Nelson Star has that story right here.
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F Brett Leason scored three times and Prince Albert scored two more shorthanded goals as the Raiders dumped the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes, 5-1. . . . Prince Albert (21-1-0) has won 14 straight games. It now heads out on a seven-game road swing that will feature stops in Medicine Hat, Cranbrook, B.C., Red Deer, Edmonton, Regina, Swift Current and Brandon. . . . The Hurricanes (9-8-4) have lost two in a row. . . . Leason opened the scoring with his 20th goal of the season, at 4:30 of the first period, to run his season-opening point streak to 22 games. . . . F Taylor Ross (12) pulled Lethbridge even 28 seconds into the second period. . . . D Brayden Pachal (3), who also had two assists, broke the tie at 18:55. . . . Leason then scored twice, shorthanded at 7:03 of the third, and at 11:35. . . . F Kody McDonald (3) added another shorthanded goal at 17:00. . . . Leason’s first career hat trick left him leading the WHL in goals (22) and points (47). He has two more goals than F Joachim Blichfeld of the Portland Winterhawks, and one more point than F Trey Fix-Wolansky of the Edmonton Oil Kings. . . . The Raiders now have scored 14 shorthanded goals. The Red Deer Rebels are next, with six. The WHL record? The Spokane Chiefs scored 31 of them in 1990-91. . . . At the same time, the Raiders have surrendered only seven PP goals. . . . F Parker Kelly drew three assists. . . . F Sean Montgomery played in his 300th regular-season game, all with the Raiders. He was a sixth-round pick in the 2013 bantam draft. With 11 goals and 14 assists in 21 games, he is nearing his career highs of 13 goals, 17 assists and 29 points. . . . The Raiders lost Pachal in the second period when he was given a major for interference and a game misconduct for a hit on Lethbridge F Jordy Bellerive.
The Regina Pats erased a 1-0 deficit with two second-period goals en route to a 3-2 victory over the host Kamloops Blazers. . . . Regina (8-15-0) had lost its previous three games. The Pats are 1-3-0) on a seven-game road swing, including 1-2-0 in the B.C. Division. They last played at home on Nov. 10; they next are scheduled to play at home on Dec. 1. . . . Kamloops (8-10-2) had won their previous two games. The Blazers are 2-6-1 at home; they are 6-4-1 on the road. . . . F Zane Franklin opened the scoring, giving the Blazers a 1-0 lead at 3:26 of the first period. That was his career-high 15th goal this season. Last season, he had 14 goals in 67 games with the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Acquired from Lethbridge over the summer, Franklin has 15 goals in 20 games with Kamloops. . . . The Pats scored the next three goals. . . . F Marco Creta (2) tied the score at 5:07 of the second period, and F Nick Henry (12) gave the visitors the lead with 16.6 left in the period. . . . Regina took a 3-1 lead as F Riley Krane (3) crashed the net and scored at 9:11 of the third. . . . Kamloops got to within a goal at 13:28 as F Kyrell Sopotyk (2) scored. . . . Regina F Jake Leschyshyn drew an assist on Henry’s goal to run his point streak to 11 games. He’s got 11 goals and 10 assists over that stretch.
G Dustin Wolf stopped 26 shots to help the host Everett Silvertips to a 4-0 victory over the Calgary Hitmen. . . . Everett (17-7-1) has points in three straight (2-0-1). The Silvertips are 6-1-1 in their past eight games. . . . Calgary (8-13-2) had won its previous three games. . . . Wolf posted his second shutout of the season and the sixth of his career. . . . This season, Wolf is 16-7-1, 1.87, .924. . . . F Riley Sutter (10) scored the first goal, at 7:16 of the opening period. . . . Everett’s other three goals came in the third period. . . . F Dawson Butt (6) made it 2-0 at 0:22, with F Martin Fasko-Rudas (4) scoring at 3:36, and F Bryce Kindopp (9) getting a shorthanded tally at 8:02. . . . Butt, who has six goals and five assists in 22 games, went into this season with a goal and two assists in 48 games. . . . This was regular-season Game No. 301 for Calgary F Jake Kryski, who has 69 goals and 122 assists in his career. He has played 136 games with the Kamloops Blazers, 37 with the Kelowna Rockets and 128 with Calgary. . . . F Akash Bains was back in Everett’s lineup after missing six games.