Monday, December 27, 2010


Former Saint John Sea Dogs defenseman Robert McEwan was traded this morning from the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies to the Drummondville Voltigeurs in exchange for Antoine Nadeau.

McEwan has appeared in 20-games with the last place Huskies this season, recording one goal and three assists to go along with 12 penalty minutes and a -11 rating.

The Mississauga, Ontario native joined the Sea Dogs as a free agent in August of 2008. He played in just 32 games as a rookie in 2008-09 and saw limited ice time. He recorded two assists, 27 penalty minutes, and a -2 rating in his appearances with Saint John.

In five games with the Sea Dogs last season, he recorded no points, four penalty minutes, and a +4 rating. McEwan was designated for assignment in October and released from the team in January.

After a stint in the Ontario junior ‘A’ ranks last year, McEwan joined the Huskies this past August.

The Voltigeurs host the Rimouski Oceanic tonight.

In another move today, the Gatineau Olympiques traded right-winger Yoan Pinette to the Acadie-Bathurst Titan for a second pick in 2011.

- Photo Credit: David Connell Photography

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