Sunday, August 21, 2016

Edson leaves Sea Dogs camp

According to American defenceman Paul Edson, American defenceman Paul Edson has left the Saint John Sea Dogs.

Edson tweeted the following on Saturday morning:
The 16-year-old is presumably referring to the firing of general manager Darrell Young.

The Sea Dogs signed Edson in May. At that time, Young said in a press release that Edson is a “big, physical defenceman who makes a good first pass. He’ll begin next season eighth on our depth chart and probably play 35-40 games as he adjusts to the major junior game. We expect him to be in our top six for his draft year of 2017-18 and continue his progression into our top four the following year.”

A Beverly, Mass. native, the d-man has spent the past two seasons with St. John’s Prep. Last year he recorded four goals and eight assists in 23 games.

Edson did not play in any of Saint John’s games at the Hub City Showcase.

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