1st Round Pick Traded
(Wausau, WI)- The Cyclones work for the 2021 NA3HL Draft was completed before the draft got underway this afternoon. Wausau traded their 1st round pick to the El Paso Rhinos in exchange for defensemen Jack Boyd and forward Luke Anderson. Boyd is 6’4″ and 200lbs, he tallied six assists with the Rhinos last season. Anderson is 5’11” and 170lbs, he notched four goals and seven assists last season. Boyd is a native of Richboro, PA and Anderson hails from Plymouth, MI.
In the 2nd round, Wausau traded their pick back in October to the Alexandria Blizzard for forward Caeden Phelps. Phelps contributed four goals and five assists with Wausau in 18 games before being traded to Sheridan.
In the 3rd round, Wausau traded the pick back in January to the El Paso Rhinos for forward Pavel Bakhtin. Bakhtin netted five goals and nine assists in 22 games after the trade.
In the 4th round, Wausau traded the pick to the St. Louis Jr. Blues in exchange for a player tender.
“These roster moves will help to build the foundation for the Cyclones 2021-22 season roster. I am looking forward to getting these guys on the ice this fall and getting the most out of their talent,” stated Head Coach Colin Bailey.
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