In back to back posts about Peterborough Petes, we bring Brady Hinz into the mix. As you can see, he’s depicted in a Sarnia Sting jersey, the team that drafted him 52nd overall in 2016. He played for the Sting for 101 games before being traded to the Petes in January 2018.
So far, he’s done well with the Petes this year, scoring 7 points in 12 games. Of those 7 points, 5 of them are goals and three of those tallies have come in consecutive games at the beginning of the season. As of late, he appears to be snake bitten, having gone pointless in the last three games.
I’m looking forward to the rest of the season for Brady as he’s in his third year in the OHL. As mentioned in the previous post, the Petes are doing well this season and Brady (and Pavel Gogolev) are helping to make it to the post season.
Gettin’ the auto
I got this autograph of Brady’s, actually… earlier this month. I sent this card to Brady c/o the Peterborough Petes and got it returned back to me in 29 days. I’m glad there aren’t players (at least I hope!) that aren’t willing to sign a previous teams’ card, like some NHL alumni have been known to do.
The Petes are doing well at this early part of the season with Hinz in the top 5 on his team in scoring.
A video review of Brady Hinz
As you can tell by the title, this is a video of Brady Hinz’s first goal as a Pete