Charlottetown Islanders head coach Jim Hulton introduced a collection of roster strikes forward of tonight’s sport in opposition to the RisePEI Mooseheads, together with the signing of goaltender Dixon Grimes.
Grimes (2003-04-05) is a 19-year-old netminder who most lately performed for the OHL’s Guelph Storm, his hometown workforce. In 9 video games this season, Grimes has accrued a document of 1-4-0-0 with a save share of .843. Standing 6’4, Grimes was initially chosen by the Storm within the tenth spherical, 196th total, within the 2019 OHL Precedence Choice.
Previous to this season, Grimes had spent the previous three seasons as a member of the Listowel Cyclones within the Better Ontario Junior Hockey League (GOJHL). He served because the workforce’s starter and amassed a profession .917 save share in 50 video games. As a 16-year-old, Grimes was second amongst all U-18 goaltenders with a .917 save share in 27 video games and was named to the GOJHL’s All-Rookie Staff.
Grimes comes from a hockey lineage accustomed to PEI hockey; his father is former Cape Breton Eagles head coach and one-time member of the Prince Edward Island Senators, Jake Grimes.
“By including Dixon and Tye Austin we now have an skilled tandem in aim that we will depend on for the second half of the season” commented Hulton on his new-look goaltending tandem. “Each are huge our bodies with a confirmed observe document in main junior.”
As well as, Hulton introduced that ahead Will Allen and goaltender Jack Flanagan have been each assigned to Miramichi of the Maritime Hockey League.
“Flanagan and Allen will probably be put in state of affairs in Miramichi the place they are going to see an everyday shift. We really feel it’s higher for them to spend time in Jr. A and proceed to develop for us.” Added Hulton.
Grimes will go well with up for the Islanders in tonight’s sport in opposition to the Saint John Sea Canines. Hearken to the motion on Max 93.1 with George Matthews and Cory Arsenault!
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