Monday, October 19, 2009

Pats acquire Cody Carlson from Tigers

EDIT: For D prospect Mason Logan (thanks for pointing that out SAJ)

Greg Harder first reported it on his Slap Shots blog.

Pats link.

Here's the release:

Pats Land Defencemen
2009-10-19

Regina, Saskatchewan – Regina Pats General Manager is proud to announce the acquisition of defenceman Cody Carlson from the Medicine Hat Tigers in exchange for a 3rd round bantam pick in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft.

The 18 year old power play specialist from Victoria, B.C., has spent the past two seasons with the Tigers, accumulating 16 points in each season. In 7 games this season, Carlson has a goal and 3 assists.


#2 Cody Carlson - D
Shoots: Right
Home: Victoria, B.C.
5’10” 185 Lbs.
2009-10 – Medicine Hat Tigers
GP-7 G-1 A-3 Pts-4 PIM-10

Carlson will be at practice this afternoon at the Brandt Centre; media availability is at 1:45. He will be in the line-up tomorrow night as the Pats will take on the Prince Albert Raiders. It’s a 6:35 pre-game show start on 620 CKRM.
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Mason Logan's is currently playing for the Swift Current Legionnaires in the SMAAAHL. His profile can be found here.

2 comments:

SAJ said...

instead of a 3rd round pick, the pats traded 15 year old defensive prospect, Mason Logan. Seems like a good thing since we trade too many picks as it is.

Have you seen either Carlson or Logan play? Because I dont really know what we are getting and what we are giving up here...

Kevin Shaw said...

I've seen both play but I can't say as to if they really stuck out in my mind. But from what I have read about Carlson he is going to be a decent pick up. A former first round pick in the bantam draft.... he sounds like he has some huge upside.

With Logan, I remember him from rookie camp and like I said before he never really stuck out but I do remember that he is a fairly swift defenceman whom I thought might have some potential (I can see him in the WHL one day). Then again I'm only a fan.

All-in-all I think that this will be a good trade for both teams. Pats got their puck-moving d-man (and veteran too) and the Tigers got to move a roster player to get some of their younger kids in the line-up.

I honestly look forward to seeing him in the line-up.

KS