Owen Sound Attack General Manager Dale DeGray is announcing that forward Cameron Brace has been traded to the Belleville Bulls in exchange for a 2nd Round Draft Pick in 2017 and a 4th Round Draft Pick in 2014.
Brace, an overage forward was in his 5th season with the Attack suited up in 223 regular season games over that time. The Toronto native tallied 160 points during his time here and also scored one of the biggest goals in franchise history when he notched the overtime winner in Game 4 of the Ontario Hockey League Championship series against the Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors.
“Cameron has accomplished a lot in an Attack uniform and we wish to thank him for his efforts on and off the ice.”, said Attack General Manager Dale DeGray. “We wish Cameron nothing but the best as he moves on to his new team in Belleville.”
Cameron’s move to Belleville mean that the Attack now have three overage players on their roster.
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