Lancers Add Forward with Chicago Mission Ties
Ralston, NE - The Omaha Lancers made a trade with the Sioux City Musketeers on Saturday.
Omaha traded forward Aaron Grounds (1999), a 2018 2nd Round Phase 2 and a 2018 6th Round Phase 2 Draft Pick. Grounds, an Ohio State University commit, played in 8 games for the Lancers and totaled 1 point this season.
In return, the Lancers received Forward, Mathieu De St. Phalle (2000). De St. Phalle, a Kildeer, IL native, played 20 games for Sioux City and totaled 6 points. De St. Phalle also played for the Chicago Mission U16 with the Lancers Jack Randl, Ben Perkins, Tyler Carpenterand Brian Silver. De St. Phalle is committed to play college hockey at the University of Wisconsin.
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