The Portage Terriers have made a couple of moves ahead of the CJHL’s final trade deadline at 5pm, Jan. 10. The Dogs are building for the Centennial Cup, May 11-21, which they are guaranteed a spot as the host team.
Portage has acquired F Mike Stubbs (02) from the Thunder Bay North Stars (SIJHL) for Future Considerations.
Portage has traded F Blake Boudreau (03) back to the Dauphin Kings for Future Considerations.
Stubbs (5’9”, 181) scored 41 points in 42 games as a 16-year-old rookie with the North Stars before moving up to the Mississauga Steelheads (OHL) for the next season. He played one year with the Steelheads, played 4 games with the North Stars in the season that was lost due to COVID, then again last year in the OHL.
“Mike is a quick, hard-working center,” says Terrier head coach and GM Blake Spiller. “He has a very good shot and will be a key face off guy. He played close to 100 games with Mississauga of the OHL.”
Boudreau (5’11”, 181) was acquired at the beginning of December from the Dauphin Kings. He had three points with the Terriers in seven games. Good luck back in Dauphin!
More trades to come.