The Toledo Walleye made their trade deadline move on Thursday afternoon, per the Walleye’s website:
Walleye add defenseman in trade with Brampton
(Toledo, OH) – Toledo has acquired defenseman Jamie Doornbosch from the Brampton Beast in exchange for forward Erik Bradford.
Doornbosch, a Richmond Hill, Ontario native, has appeared in 26 games this season for the Beast posting a pair of goals and 12 assists. He has also collected 12 penalty minutes while playing as a minus one. The second year pro has also skated four games this year with the Bellville Senators (1A, 2PIMS) and another two games in Bakersfield (1A) of the AHL. He started the season in Wichita, where the 28 year old collected a goal with seven helpers and 12 penalty minutes for the Thunder. Doornbosch skated in 44 games in his rookie season (2016-17) with Wichita, posting 10 goals, 20 assists and 32 penalty minutes.
Prior to turning professional, Doornbosch spent five seasons at St. Mary’s University where he collected 84 points (17G, 67A) over 133 career games for the Huskies. Never drafted, the 6’2”, 190 pound defenseman appeared in one game for the New York Islanders after the completion of his OHL career. He appeared in 264 OHL contests between Kitchener and Peterborough, collecting 41 goals and 106 assists.
Bradford was added by the Walleye earlier in the year via a trade and posted 39 points (14G, 25A) over 46 contests in Toledo.