The Toledo Walleye added two players and traded another today.
Forward Louis-Marc Aubry and defenseman Nick Jensen have been reassigned to Toledo from Grand Rapids of the American Hockey League. The organization also traded defenseman Jason Lepine to San Francisco of the ECHL for future considerations.
Aubry, 22, has appeared in one game this year with the Griffins and had no points. Since Aubry was drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in the third round of the 2010 NHL draft, the 6-foot-4 and 213-pound forward has appeared in 127 professional games with the Griffins. He has collected nine goals, 19 assists, and 104 penalty minutes.
Jensen joins the Walleye following his college career at St. Cloud State. Jensen, 23, appeared in 119 games over three seasons with the Huskies, posting 15 goals, 71 assists, and 36 penalty minutes. The 6-1, 195-pound defenseman has not played this season due to an injury.
Lepine, 28, appeared in 12 contests this year with Toledo, collecting five assists, and six penalty minutes.
The Walleye (4-6-2) have lost four straight games and are in fourth place in the ECHL North Division. Toledo hosts Evansville on Saturday at 7:15 p.m.
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