Americans Acquire Cole Tisdale, Pick in Deal with Rockets

KENNEWICK, WA – Tri-City Americans General Manager Bob Tory announced today that the Americans have traded 19-year-old goaltender Talyn Boyko to the Kelowna Rockets in exchange for 19-year-old goaltender Cole Tisdale and a third-round pick in 2024.

Tisdale, a native of Lethbridge, Alta., was originally selected 157th overall by the Rockets in the 2017 WHL Prospects Draft. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound goaltender holds a 5-1-1-1 record, 3.14 goals-against average, and .888 save percentage through 12 games played with the Rockets.

Boyko, from Drumheller, Alta., was selected 53rd overall by the Americans in the 2017 WHL Prospects Draft. The 6-foot-8, 201-pound goaltender has a career 15-31-2-2 record, 4.26 goals-against average, and .888 save percentage through 56 games played with the Americans.

Tri-City returns to the Toyota Center on Saturday to take on the Portland Winterhawks. Single game tickets can be purchased at the Toyota Center Box Office or online from Ticketmaster here. For information on how you can build your own ticket package and save with Americans Flex Packs, click here!

Cole Tisdale, 2002-born goaltender acquire by the Americans from the Kelowna Rockets.


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