Eagles Acquire Tyler Hinam in Trade with Rouyn-Noranda
SYDNEY - The Cape Breton Eagles have acquired forward Tyler Hinam from the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies in a trade on Monday.
The Eagles acquire Hinam (1999-05-27) and forward Alexis Bolduc (2002-03-11) in exchange for forward Shaun Miller (1999-06-04), Cape Breton's third round draft pick in 2020, and Gatineau's third round draft pick in 2021.
Hinam, who won the Memorial Cup with the Huskies last season, is in his fourth year in the QMJHL. He has 38 points in 38 games this year with Rouyn-Noranda. Miller, originally acquired from Blainville-Boisbriand, has 24 points in 34 games in his fifth season in the QMJHL.
Bolduc will remain with his Jr AAA team St-Gabriel-de-Brand. The Eagles have recalled forward Logan Camp (2002-03-06) for the remainder of the season. This season he has six points in nine games with his Halifax major midget team and has appeared in two QMJHL games as an affiliate player.
The Eagles are next in acton Wednesday night when they visit the Saint John Sea Dogs. Puck drop is at 7 PM.
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