2014 Trade Deadline

January 7th 2014

Stephen Pierog and 4 2nd rd picks are traded to the Guelph Storm in return for Hunter Garlent.

Offical Media Release:
http://gopetesgo.com/article/hunter-garlent-acquired-from-guelph-in-exchange-for-stephen-pierog

January 10th 2014

Cody Thompson is traded to the Mississauga Steelheads in exchange for Kingston’s 10th round selection in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection.

Official Media Release:
http://gopetesgo.com/article/cody-thompson-traded-to-mississauga-steelheads

January 10th 2014

Michael Guigovaz is traded to the Belleville Bulls for the winning goalie at last nights game Jason Da Silva and 5th rd in 2017.

Official Media Release:
http://gopetesgo.com/article/michael-giugovaz-traded-to-belleville-for-jason-da-silva

January 11th 2014

Peterborough Petes release Chase Hatcher to the USHL for the Muskegon Lumberjacks.

Offical Media Release:
http://gopetesgo.com/article/petes-release-forward-chase-hatcher

Born and raised in Peterborough Ontario Jessica van Staalduinen never would have imagined her career plans to be a professional sports photographer. In her early years she was known as the common “girly girl” and would have nothing to do with sports. Once Jessica’s brother and sister persuaded her to join the volleyball team, her mind was opened to the world of sports. Hockey was never one of her favourites, there was many times that she got into a lot of trouble because of teasing her sister about the wonderful world of ice hockey.

Since her mind was set on being a photographer in the beginning of grade 12 she took it upon herself to contact the local OHL team’s photographer. Jessica’s reasoning for that was like any common girl; she became friends with a player on the team. She assumed that they must have a professional photographer at games, so therefore she took interest in shooting at a few games. After meeting with Ken Andersen (Peterborough Petes Professional Photographer/Getty Images) they had built quite a strong bond that lead to Jessica capturing almost every home game for the second half of the boys 2011-2012 season.

From now on Jessica calls the Peterborough Petes OHL team her team, because once you find something that you love there is nothing that should stand in your way. Her knowledge for the team and understanding of what they are going through will be shown throughout all of the posts. The Peterborough Petes have gone through many changes since the beginning of her first season; from firing the GM, new head coaches, players asking for trades, and once the trade deadline came around they got a new face to the team.