The Ottawa 67’s announced Friday that they have acquired goaltender, Olivier Tremblay. The Barber Poles acquired the overage netminder in a trade with the Barrie Colts in exchange for a 10th round draft pick in 2018.
“Olivier Tremblay is an experienced Major Junior goalie that we are pleased to add to our existing group of goaltenders,” said GM James Boyd.
Tremblay brings four years of experience in the QMJHL with him to Ottawa. The native of Chicoutimi, Quebec, began his Major Junior career in Rimouski in 2013 before joining Victoriaville midway through the 2014-15 season. Tremblay finished last season with Rouyn-Noranda posting an impressive 12-4-0 record with a 2.13 GAA and .915 save percentage with the Huskies. In total, Tremblay has played 117 games in the ‘Q’ posting a record of 53-33-7.
The 67’s open their 50th anniversary season in less than a week when they the Barrie Colts on September 21. Following a stop in Mississauga on September 22, the 67’s will ready for their home opener on September 24 against the defending OHL champions, Erie Otters, as the celebrations of the 50th anniversary season begin.
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