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Growlers Acquire Redmond From Cincinnati

Monday, March 14th
Growlers Acquire Redmond From Cincinnati

St. John's - The Newfoundland Growlers have acquired goaltender Angus Redmond from the Cincinnati Cyclones for cash considerations.

Redmond a 26-year-old Langley, BC native, appeared in 17 games this season with the Kansas City Mavericks and Cincinnati Cyclones and holds a 3.38 goal-against-average and .885 save percentage. During the 17 game stretch, he posted 7 wins, 8 losses, and 1 shutout.Angus played 20 games with the Newfoundland Growlers during the pandemic shortened 2019-20 season where he recorded a 16-2-0 record with a 2.55 goal-against-average and .902 save percentage.

Prior to turning pro, Redmond played collegiately at Michigan Tech University for one season during 2016-17. He suited up for 38 contests and earned a record of 22-10-5 along with a goals-against-average of 1.85 and a save percentage of 0.917.

The goaltender also played four seasons with the Salmon Arm Silverbacks in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) from 2012-16. During his time with Salmon Arm, Redmond totaled 132 games and amassed a record of 59-59-4. 

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