Generals Trade Serron Noel to the Kitchener Rangers in Exchange for Forward Ryan Stepien and Draft Selections

Oshawa, ON- The Oshawa Generals announced today they have traded forward Serron Noel to the Kitchener Rangers in exchange for forward Ryan Stepien and draft selections.

Generals receive:

  • Forward Ryan Stepien
  • 2nd Round Selection in 2021
  • 2nd Round Selection in 2022
  • 3rd Round Selection in 2022 (OTT)
  • 3rd Round Selection in 2024 (NIA)

Generals trade:

  • Serron Noel

“Serron spent three and half years here, was drafted to the National Hockey League as a General and will always be a big part of successes our team had last year and the years he’s been here,” said Vice President and General Manager, Roger Hunt, on the Noel trade. “I wish him all the best as he joins the Rangers and continues his hockey career outside the Ontario Hockey League.”

Stepien, in his third Ontario Hockey League season, was Saginaw’s third round selection in the 2017 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. This season with the Rangers, in 38 games, he has 16 points. He will wear #16 with the Generals.

The Oshawa Generals organization would like to thank Serron for his time on and off the ice as a General and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.

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