Nick and Brett Ritchie swap sides in NHL’s first brother-for-brother trade
Brett Ritchie and Scratch Ritchie were envisioned two years withdrew in Orangeville, Ontario. They’ve been together in the NHL for a couple of seasons.
At this point, they’re associated ceaselessly in hockey history.
The Arizona Coyotes exchanged Scratch Ritchie and defenseman Troy Stecher to the Calgary Shoots not long precisely true to form Friday for Brett Ritchie and humble player Connor Mackey. As indicated by NHL nuances, it’s the major family-for-family exchange alliance history.
I think it got spilled out, so they were snickering when I called them, Flares head boss Brad Treliving said. It’s enchanting. Considering nothing else, we’re radiant. It just worked out like that.
Calgary is hoping to move into a season finisher spot by adding Stetcher and Ritchie, the last decision of whom has 21 fixations in 53 games this season.
Scratch Ritchie, 27, picked the tenth pick by Anaheim, generally speaking, in the 2014 NHL draft, has nine targets and 12 aides in 58 games this season.
More settled family Brett, 29, a subsequent round pick of the Dallas Stars in the 2011 draft, has six objectives, two partners 34 games.