Big NOJHL-SIJHL trade


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January 2, 2022
Owen Lancaster

Elliot Lake Red Wings of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League and Kam River Fighting Walleye of the Superior International Jr. Hockey League have completed a multi-player trade, Hockey News North has confirmed.

In last place in the West Division of the NOJHL, Elliot Lake has exchanged 20-year old forward Dayton Clarke plus cash considerations to SIJHL-leading Kam River for a trio of 18-year old skaters — forwards Kjell Osborne and Owen Lancaster and defenseman Calum McGill.

A hulking, 6-foot-3, 225 pounder, Clarke had 12 goals, two assists, 14 points in 20 games for Elliot Lake this season.

Osborne managed three goals, six assists, nine points in 18 games for Kam River while Lancaster had 2-4-6 totals in 15 outings and McGill garnered 1-1-2 numbers in 12 contests as members of the Fighting Walleye.


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