Screaming Eagles trade Lalonde to Tigres; acquire Jordan Ty Fournier
The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles traded defenceman Bradley Lalonde and a third-round pick, 42nd overall, at this year’s QMJHL Entry Draft to the Victoriaville Tigres in exchange for forward Jordan Ty Fournier and a second-round pick, 22nd overall, at this year’s QMJHL Entry Draft.
Lalonde, 18, appeared in 115 career games with the Screaming Eagles, recording 12 goals and 32 assists along with posting a minus-4 rating and 69 penalty minutes.
In 63 games last season, the native of Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Que., recorded seven goals and 22 assists along with 49 penalty minutes.
Fournier, 18, appeared in 55 games with the Tigres last season, notching 13 goals and nine assists along with posting a minus-9 rating and 90 penalty minutes.
Fournier, the native of Montreal, Que., is ranked 206th overall by NHL Central Scouting for the upcoming NHL Entry Draft at the end of the month.
With the 22nd overall pick, acquired in the deal, the Screaming Eagles selected goaltender Kyle Jessiman of the Grenadiers de Chateauguay of the Quebec Midget ‘AAA’ Hockey League.
Meanwhile, with the 42nd overall pick, acquired in the deal, the Tigres drafted left winger Jacob Lapierre of the the Grenadiers de Chateauguay of the Quebec Midget ‘AAA’ Hockey League.
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