The under-achieving Oshawa Generals would love to make a big swap and rumours hit the web that they were going after Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors stud goalie J.P. Anderson and 19-year-old forward Riley Brace. That deal is unlikely to happen — one source said the Majors were adamant about not trading either veteran — but there could be a minor trade between the two teams.
not surprising this gets discussed. Because Jr teams know that their star players have shelf lives (either their expected NHL ETA or when they hit 20) they're more willing to move them to a contender for prospects/picks in order to jump start rebuild efforts.
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Just a slight correction, Brandon Maxwell...not Ben, but no big deal...the real reason the price was that high, is an earlier deal in the season that saw Jack Campbell go from Windsor Spitfires to the Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds,