Hounds trade for DeAngelo
January 8, 2015
Another day, another trade.
Soo Greyhounds have acquired high-scoring, 1995 birth-year defenceman Anthony DeAngelo from the Sarnia Sting.
DeAngelo — a first-round National Hockey League draft pick of the Tampa Bay Lightning — had 10 goals, 28 assists, 38 points in 29 games with Sarnia this season.
In return, the Hounds gave up 1998 birth-year forward Anthony Salinitri, second-round picks in 2015 and 2017 and a fourth-round pick in 2018. Salinitri was the Hounds first-round pick in 2014.
The acquisition of DeAngelo marks the Hounds third Ontario Hockey League trade in as many days.
Earlier, the Hounds added 1995 birth-year forward Justin Bailey from the Kitchener Rangers before getting 1995 birth-year forward Nick Ritchie and 1994 birth-year defenceman Connor Boland from the Peterborough Petes.
PHOTO: Defenceman Anthony DeAngelo is a first-round, National Hockey League draft selection of the Tampa Bay Lightning.
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Might as well punch the Hounds ticket to the Mem Cup. !
Wow! 3 huge acquisitions ! High octane red-light blinking crew if there ever was! Going have to order goal lights by the dozen now as we are sure to burn out a bunch from now through the playoffs!