The Oshawa Generals were busy Wednesday as the team announced a pair of trades, bringing in one player and parting ways with a pair.
The team sent Serron Noel to Kitchener for Ryan Stepien, second round pick in 2021, 2nd round pick in 2022, Ottawa’s third round pick in 2022, and Niagara’s third round pick in 2024.
“Serron spent three and half years here, was drafted to the National Hockey League as a General and will always be a big part of successes our team had last year and the years he’s been here,” said Vice President and General Manager, Roger Hunt, on the Noel trade.
Also on Wednesday, the Gens sent goaltender Andrew MacLean to the Niagara IceDogs for a fifth round pick in 2022.
That moves follows a trade earlier this week that saw Oshawa acquire goaltender Jordan Kooy from the Sarnia Sting.
- Serron Noel (Florida Panthers prospect)
- Ryan Stepien
- 2nd round pick in 2021 (Kitchener)
- 2nd round pick in 2022 (Kitchener)
- 3rd round pick in 2022 (Ottawa)
- 3rd round pick in 2024 (Niagara)
- Andrew MacLean
- 5th round pick in 2022 (Niagara)