The Portage Terriers are bringing in another 20-year-old from the SJHL.
The Dogs have acquired forward Bryden Kiesman and future considerations from the Nipawin Hawks in exchange for forwards Alyandro De Leon and Hudson Cameron.
Kiesman has 51 games of WHL experience as he spent two seasons with the Moose Jaw Warriors. The Winnipeg product started last season with the Virden Oil Capitals before being sent to Nipawin. He put up a total of 22 points in the 2021-22 campaign and has been on a point-per-game pace this season with six goals and four assists in ten games.
Bryden Kiesman netted three Wednesday night in the @SJHL_Hawks 6-3 win over the @estevanbruins . The Winnipeg product already has 5 goals and 3 assists this season. #SJHL pic.twitter.com/yjaDQCyTLC— SJHL (@theSJHL) September 22, 2022
De Leon and Cameron are both 18 years of age, and head coach and general manager Blake Spiller anticipates that they will be significant parts of the Hawks going forward. De Leon had seven points in six games with the Terriers, while Cameron scored two goals in six contests.
TRADE ALERT: The Portage Terriers have traded F Alyandro De Leon (04) and F Hudson Cameron (04) to the Nipawin Hawks (SJHL) for F Bryden Kiesman (02) and Future Considerations. #MJHLTerriers #TradeAlert— Portage Terriers (@PortageTerriers) October 12, 2022
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