Brayden Dube's time with the Seattle Thunderbirds has come to an end.
In a trade that included five players and six draft picks, the Roblin native was dealt to the Prince Albert Raiders. Brayden's tenure in Seattle was short as he played just 14 games with them. In that time, he recorded his first Western Hockey League goal, scored one other goal and added two assists.
Dube scored the game-winning goal in game seven of the Turnbull Cup final last year against the Steinbach Pistons and he then scored four times at the Centennial Cup in Estevan. Prince Albert is 7-12-2 this season and they're back in action this Saturday as they welcome the Medicine Hat Tigers to town.