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BRAMPTON, Ont. - The Brampton Battalion has acquired centre Nicholas Foglia from the Ottawa 67's in a trade for goaltender Keegan Wilson, the Ontario Hockey League club announced Friday.
Foglia, a right shot, scored nine goals and earned eight assists for 17 points in 66 games with Ottawa last season. The Brampton resident was a fourth-round pick, 76th overall, by the 67's in the 2009 OHL Priority Selection from the Toronto Jr. Canadiens minor midgets. The Battalion took defenceman and teammate Zach Bell one pick later.
Foglia, five-foot-10 and 188 pounds, turned 19 on March 28. In two-plus seasons with Ottawa, he registered 13 goals and 16 assists for 29 points in 137 games while accumulating 67 penalty minutes. He played 25 playoff games over three years, scoring two goals and adding one assist for three points with 10 penalty minutes.
"He's a solid two-way player," Stan Butler, Battalion director of hockey operations and head coach, said of Foglia. "He gives us another 19-year-old with experience. He's a very solid penalty killer and he gives us versatility in that he can play centre and the wing."
In his first OHL season, Wilson, who turned 20 on March 3, played in 31 games, posting a won-lost-extended record of 12-9-6 with one shutout, a goals-against average of 2.82, eighth-best in the league, and a save percentage of .892. He saw no action in two playoff rounds as Matej Machovsky backstopped the Troops to a four-game sweep of the Sudbury Wolves before the Niagara IceDogs eliminated the Battalion in four games in an Eastern Conference semifinal.
Mississauga resident Wilson was the last of three ninth-round choices, 179th overall, by the Battalion in the 2011 OHL Priority Selection, from the Stayner Siskins of the Georgian Mid-Ontario Jr. C Hockey League.
"He came in as a ninth-round pick at 19 and battled the odds to make the team," Butler said of Wilson. "He did a very good job in net. We're going to have Matej back, and Keegan wanted to be a starter. Ottawa's a good place for him to get that chance."
Butler said Machovsky's backup will be identified at training camp, which is scheduled to start Aug. 29.
"Taylor Welsh and Jake Smith are the two leading candidates, but camp will determine who'll play here and who'll play in Orangeville."
The Orangeville Flyers are the Battalion's junior A affiliate.