The Timmins Rock have traded forward Cameron Kosurko, shown here leaping to get out of the way of a point shot during an NOJHL game against the Hearst Lumberjacks at the McIntyre Arena on Dec. 13, to the OJHL’s Wellington Dukes in exchange for a player development fee. Thursday is the deadline for Canadian Junior Hockey League franchises to complete transactions. THOMAS PERRY/THE DAILY PRESS
The Timmins Rock have traded 17-year-old forward Cameron Kosurko to the OJHL’s Wellington Dukes in exchange for a player development fee.
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As a rookie, Kosurko (53, 12-14-26, 20) put up some impressive numbers after his rights were acquired from the Dukes.
Kosurko was a 10th round selection, 197th overall, of the Sudbury Wolves in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection.
Following Kosurko’s departure, the Rock official roster now sits at 22 — 12 forwards, seven defencemen and three goals — leaving three cards available for use heading into Thursday’s Canadian Junior Hockey League transaction deadline.