The trade winds continued to blow through Portland this morning when the Winterhawks dealt 19 year old forward Colin Reddin to the Prince Albert Raiders for a 4th Round pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft in 2010.
Reddin had appeared in 24 games this season, posting 3-3-6 with 26 penalty minutes.
In his career with the Hawks, he played in 119 games, scoring 19-26-45 with 93 PIM’s.
The native of Corona Del Mar, CA, joined the Hawks halfway through the 2007-08 season from the U.S. National Development Team and then appeared in all 72 games last season for Portland.
The move gets the Hawks down to 23 players (14 forwards, 7 defensemen and 2 goalies) and opens up room for players like Seth Swenson and Gasper Kopitar to get more ice time.
I want to wish Colin the best of luck with the Raiders…
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