The Niagara IceDogs and the Sudbury Wolves have come together on a three player trade involving two import players including one Minnesota Wild prospect who finds himself landing on a promising Niagara IceDogs squad.

To Niagara: 

  • Pavel Jenys

To Sudbury:

  • Mikkel Aagaard
  • Zach Wilkie

Pavel Jenys, a native of Czech Republic and a prospect of the Minnesota Wild by way of the 7th round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft, assuming he does not sign in the NHL, has one more season of OHL eligibility remaining. In 24 games played for the Sudbury Wolves this season, Jenys has scored 12 points consisting of 4 goals and 8 assists.

6ft defender Zach Wilkie, who finds himself heading to Sudbury agreed to waive his no trade clause for a more prominent role on a less crowded Wolves blue line. Wilkie, a native of Illinois brings with him, 1 point in 20 games played  for the Niagara Icedogs this year. Wilkie, 18, is eligible for the 2016 NHL  Draft and has 2 more years of eligibility following his 2015-16 campaign.

Overage forward Mikkel Aagaard, a native of Denmark, also find himself landing in Subdury. Currently an NHL free agent, Aagaard brings with him 14 points consisting of 3 goals and 11 assists in 20 games played for the Niagara IceDogs this year. Moving Aagard opens up an overage spot which the IceDogs can choose to (or not) fill.


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