Cyclones Announce Trade with Havoc; Return of Wooddisse
The Twin City Cyclones, members of the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL), announced on Tuesday the completion of a trade with the Huntsville Havoc as well as the return of defenseman Tyler Wooddisse. The Cyclones will send defensemen Matt Curley and the rights of Dylan Row to Huntsville for defenseman Gavin Hodgson and the rights of Justin Schmit.
Schmit, the 5'-11", 180lb. blueliner has appeared in 15 games with the Havoc this season, putting up three points and 55 penalty minutes. The Strathmore, Alberta native is currently playing in the Central Hockey League (CHL) with the Rocky Mountain Rage. During the '06-'07 season, Schmit played in 49 games with Huntsville where he posted eleven points and 274 penalty minutes.
Hodgson, orginally from Barrie, Ontario, has played in 30 games with the Havoc this season where he has two points and 58 penalty minutes. The 6'-2", 230lb. defenseman was a member of the Fayetteville FireAntz (SPHL) for much of the '05-'06 season and also the '06-'07 season where he posted a combined 87 games played, eleven points, and 175 penalty minutes. The thirty-two year old has also had stops in the CHL, UHL, and ECHL.
Curley appeared in 29 games for the Cyclones with 45 penalty minutes. Row played in 12 games for Twin City, adding three points and six penalty minutes.
The Cyclones would also like to announce that defenseman Tyler Wooddisse will be returning to the roster after being recalled to the Mississippi Sea Wolves of the ECHL for five game.
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