The Regina Pats have acquired 20-year-old forward Matt Bradley from the Medicine Hat Tigers in exchange for goaltender Jordan Hollett.
Bradley, a fifth round pick of the Montreal Canadiens is coming off a career year with the Tigers where he recorded 34 goals and 43 assists.
“We are excited to add a player of Bradley’s caliber,” said Pats Head Coach and GM John Paddock. “He adds skill and hard work to our group and comes from a winning program in Medicine Hat.”
Hollett meanwhile found success with the Pats, in 43 games he was 25-9-3-0 with a 3.30 goals against average, an ,892 save percentage and one shutout.
He is the 15th ranked goaltender in North America for the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.
The Pats also picked up a second round pick in 2018 and a fifth round pick in 2019 in the deal.
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