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Generals Trade Riley Stillman to Bulldogs

December 29, 2017 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) - Oshawa Generals News Release

Oshawa, ON- The Generals announced this morning they have traded defenceman Riley Stillman to the Hamilton Bulldogs in exchange for draft picks.

"Hamilton has been very persistent, and they've known what they have wanted for some time. From our stand point, Brewer and Gross have proven in the first half they are more than capable to play in this league, Brassard has come alive as of recent and Allen, Ennis, Blacker, Di Carlo and Rupoli have proven they can play against team's top lines. This allows us to be able to make this move and trade Riley" said Vice President and General Manager, Roger Hunt.

In return, the Generals receive:

2 x 2nd Round Selections 3rd Round Selection Conditional 3rd Round Selection Conditional 4th Round Selection

Stillman was drafted by the Generals in the 2014 Priority Selection suiting up for the club in 162 games tallying 18 goals, 49 assists for 67 points and 202 penalty minutes. In the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, Stillman was drafted in the fourth round 114th overall by the Florida Panthers.

The Oshawa Generals would like to wish Riley all the best with the Bulldogs and we thank him for his efforts on and off the ice during his time as a General.

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