(Boise, ID) ? Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Hardy Sauter announced Tuesday that the ECHL?s Idaho Steelheads have traded the rights to defenseman Cody Lampl along with forward Kyle Reed to the Utah Grizzlies. In exchange, Idaho will receive future considerations from their Mountain Division foe. Lampl, a two-time winner of the team?s Bill Campbell Community Service Award, skated in 97 regular-season games for Idaho, scoring one goal and adding 27 assists. He appeared in an additional 17 post-season games in two seasons with the Steelheads. The 25-year-old blue-liner from Ketchum, ID, also made his American Hockey League debut last season, playing in one game for the AHL?s Abbotsford Heat. Reed made his professional debut last spring with Idaho, notching one assist in four games after completing his college career at Ohio State. Steelhead Season-Ticket Holders get six games FREE when they sign up for full-season packages. Plans for all 36 home games start at just $275 per seat. Partial-season plans are also available, with the home-opener coming on October 15 against the Utah Grizzlies. Contact the Steelheads front office at 208.383.0080 for more information.
Idaho makes deal with rival Grizzlies
Monday, September 12th
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