Trenton Acquires Two More

Shorthanded in bodies and now talent, the Trenton Devils have acquired both F Jeff Prough from Gwinnett and F Dan Travis from Florida.

They were both acquired for “future considerations.”

This move is in addition to the move I already reported here yesterday, when the team picked up Dan Eves from Idaho.

Prough is yet another undersized forward at 5′ 10″, 170 lbs.  He went to Brown, where he averaged around 13 goals a season, and is 2-0-2 in six games with the Gladiators so far this year.

Travis was a 2003 draft pick of the Florida Panthers, and is a big boy at 6′ 3″, 215 lbs.  He attended both UNH and Quinnipiac, and was held without a point in his first three professional games with the Everblades this year.

Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT gmail.com

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5 Responses to “Trenton Acquires Two More”

  1. Al (PhillyDevil) Says:

    How many trades have we made in the past five weeks for “Future considerations?” It’s scary.

  2. thunderbaseball Says:

    Eves, Prough, Travis, Burnett, Pilkington, O’Leary…McGoff too or no? So at least six.

  3. Al (PhillyDevil) Says:

    Thanks, it’s hard to keep track with all of the movement in Lowell and NJD as well. Tough times all around.

  4. Tdevilsfan Says:

    ‘Future considerations’ is pretty much all anyone would want at this point.

  5. titans04 Says:

    depending what press release you read the last couple have shown up as financial considerations vs. futures. I wonder if the futures will be the fax machine, copier and desks when they fold up the tent at the end of the season.

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