Archive for the ‘Peterborough Petes Trades’ Category

The Peterborough Petes have acquired defender Brandon Prophet and prospect Tyler Rolo from the Barrie Colts in exchange for disgruntled defender Cam Lizotte and a draft pick. (more…)

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The Peterborough Petes have completed a trade with the Saginaw Spirit that sees them land Paulsboro, New Jersey native Troy Henley. In exchange, the Spirit receive a 8th round selection in the 2017 OHL Priority Selection. (more…)

The Peterborough Petes have announced their acquisition of Sarnia Sting captain Daniel Nikandrov. In exchange the Sting receive two draft picks from the disappointing to date, Peterborough Petes. (more…)

The Barrie Colts acquired Stephen Nosad from the Barrie Colts. Nosad has been theBarrie subject of some disciplinary action recently as he and a teammate were intoxicated at a game they were both scratched for. The Petes problems lied within their leadership group and this move will certainly help them point the ship in the right direction. (more…)

The Peterborough Petes made a splash acquiring highly touted OA Nathan Pancel from thePeterborough Sudbury Wolves. The Wolves are known rebuilders, as are the Peterborough Petes but the Petes do have a shot to make a run for the playoffs and Nathan will certainly help fill Nick Ritchie’s void, at least when it comes to putting the puck in the net that is. Pancel, since being drafted in the 5th round by the Wolves in 2010, has put up 217 points in 249 games played throughout parts of 5 years all with the Sudbury Wolves.  (more…)

The Oshawa Generals have acquired Jr. B Guelph Hurricanes goaltender, Jason DaSilva Oshawafrom the Peterborough Petes, although the Generals don’t want to mention where he came from because the Petes and Generals do not usually like making trades together. DaSilva will continue in Jr. B until such time arises where the Generals feel they need to call him up. (more…)

SaultSteMarieThe Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds have acquired Nick Ritchie from the Peterborough Petes in exchange for two players and draft picks. Ritchie is a recent World Junior gold medalist and a Anaheim Ducks first round draft choice. It had become apparent his time in Peterborough was running out back in October when Ritchie was first made available. Ritchie is the most highly sought after player leading up to this Friday’s trade deadline.  (more…)

The Guelph Storm have managed to trade Matthew Mancina to the Peterborough Petes in exchange for a Barrie’s 3rd round pick in 2015 and Peterborough’s 3rd round pick in 2017.

Mancina was said to have gone home to Tecumseh, ON while awaiting a trade from the Guelph Storm. He was rumoured to want to play closer to home and there were at least two teams that would have made that happen for Mancina, but Guelph wanted a player if Mancina was to stay within conference as opposed to a 2nd and a 3rd round pick if he were to go to the eastern conference.

Both Windsor and London had made inquiries to the Storm on the 96′ born goaltender. I cannot speak for whatPeterborough they wanted from Windsor, but it would have taken 94′ forward Matt Rupert from London, a price the Knights were not willing to pay.

In the end, it was Peterborough. Only instead of the 2nd and 3rd round pick the Storm were originally asking, Mike Oke and crew in Peterborough managed to swing two 3rd round picks.

Mancina is still relatively unproven so we’ll see what Mancina can do for the struggling Petes.