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Hamilton Bulldogs Trade Adam Laishram

Hamilton Bulldogs Trade Adam Laishram

The Hamilton Bulldogs have traded Adam Laishram to the 2017 Memorial Cup hosts the Windsor Spitfires. Hamilton acquires Niagara’s 2nd round pick in 2017, Kingston’s 4th round pick in 2017 and Windsor’s 2nd in 2026 (conditional) and sends Windsor their 2nd round pick in 2017 along with Hamilton’s 8th with Laishram.

Adam Laishram is a jack-of-all trades player that has carved himself a successful career in the OHL due to his preservation and dedication to his craft. He possesses solid offensive instincts, and has the speed to be a very effective defensive asset. With the Bulldogs, Laishram has often played as either a second line centre or the team’s two-way specialist on the third line. He’s been relied on as a leader to help mentor MacKenzie Entwistle, Connor Roberts and Matt Strome. Laishram was most productive offensively when paired with Michael Cramarossa.

A fan favourite in both Hamilton and Belleville, Laishram won the 2014/15 OHL Hardest Working Player of the Year award.

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