The Oshawa Generals are making some moves ahead of Tuesday’s trade deadline.
They picked up goalie Jacob Oster from Guelph in exchange for goaltender Patrick Leaver and a conditional 5th round selection in 2026.
Leaver spent parts of two seasons with the Generals.
The Perth, Ontario native was drafted with the 158th overall pick in the 8th round of the 2019 OHL priority selection and has spent his entire OHL career with the Generals since.
He appeared in 78 games as an Oshawa General, often as the number one and starting netminder.
He finishes his time as a general with a record of 34-32-5 with a goals against average of 3.37 and a save percentage of 0.899.
Leave earned his first career shutout last season on October 29th against the Sudbury Wolves, stopping 38 of 38 shots.
Oster joins the Generals with 60 games of OHL experience in net for the Guelph Storm.
With an overall record of 25-20-5-1, Oster sits at a career goals against average of 3.63 and a save percentage of 0.872.
Born in 2004, he is a year younger than the departing leaver, and is currently in his second year in the OHL.
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