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Bruins Trade Brady Lyle to St. Louis Blues

The Boston Bruins moved minor league defenseman Brady Lyle to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for future considerations.
Teemu Kivihalme and Brady Lyle

The NHL trade deadline ended last week, but the trades aren't done.

Just ahead of the AHL's trade deadline, the Boston Bruins moved minor league defenseman Brady Lyle to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for future considerations.

Lyle has two goals and nine points in 48 games with the AHL's Providence Bruins. Lyle, 22, has 23 points in his AHL career over two seasons after finishing a five-year OHL career with North Bay and Owen Sound. Lyle showed promise as an offensive defenseman in the OHL, highlighted by a 22-goal, 65-point season in 62 games with the Attack in 2019-20. 

Lyle, standing tall at 6-foot-3 and 212 pounds, brings a physical presence to the blueline and will play decent minutes with the Springfield Thunderbirds. Lyle has one year left at $800,000 but will likely remain as an AHLer.

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