Tigers Trades Playing Rights Of Garrett Haar

In exchange for the 20 year old defenceman, the Tigers will get a conditional pick in the 2014 bantam draft.

The Medicine Hat Tigers have traded the playing rights of Garrett Haar to the Portland Winterhawks. It was announced Monday that in exchange for the 20 year old defenceman, the Tigers will get a conditional pick in the 2014 bantam draft. Haar was on the Tigers College list and played the last two years for the Western Michigan University Broncos. The Tigers will have five 20 year old players returning to the lineup; Dylan Bredo, Jake Doty, Zach Hodder, Boston Leier and Medicine Hat native Curtis Valk. 


The Tigers will take to the ice for rookie training camp on Friday, August 22nd at the Family Leisure Centre due to The Arena currently undergoing flood damage restoration. Main camp will begin on the afternoon of Sunday, August 25 concluding Wednesday, August 28th with the annual black and white intra-squad game. The Tigers begin their exhibition season at the Edmonton Oil Kings tournament in St. Albert on Saturday, August 31st when they play Calgary Hitmen and follow up against the Prince George Cougars the next day.


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