Friday, 22 August 2014

Canes Get Goalie From Tigers in Trade

The Lethbridge Hurricanes acquired 1996-born goalie Zac Robidoux from Medicine Hat in exchange for a 3rd round pick in the 2015 WHL Bantam Draft as well as a conditional 4thround pick in 2017.


In watching Robidoux play, Lethbridge Hurricanes General Manager, Brad Robson says “he’s a big goalies that is aggressive and gives you a chance to win; he also plays a sound positional game.”


At 6’3 and 210 pounds, Robidoux was the Tigers 6th round pick (124th overall) in 2011. The native of Morden, MB played with the Portage Terriers in the MJHL last season. In 27 games he posted a 17 and 9 record with a 2.19 GAA and .924 save percentage. Robidoux had playing time with the Tigers and in three games was 2-1 with a 2.27 GAA and .891 save percentage.


Acquiring the 18 year old gives the Hurricanes another veteran presence and depth at the goaltending position.


  1. Add another rookie goaltender to the mix.

  2. What happened to the goalie we traded for last year?

  3. Welcome to the Canes Zac, he put up some good numbers in the MJHL.

    Now, why would the Canes trade for Myles if they knew he had a brain injury... or did they even bother to do their homework?

  4. That last question is the right question. I'd. Love to see how that get's answered by the right people.