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Burnaby's Dawson Toledo traded to third PJHL team in two years

The 18-year-old forward, with 12 points in 27 games this season, was sent to Delta from Port Moody.
Burnaby hockey player Dawson Toledo has played for three teams in his first two seasons in the Pacific Junior Hockey League (PJHL).

Dawson Toledo is on the move — again.

The Burnaby hockey player is set to play for his third Pacific Junior "A" Hockey League (PJHL) team in two years in a trade from the Port Moody Panthers to the Delta Ice Hawks.

The deal, however, may work out in Toledo's favour.

The 18-year-old forward played three years with Delta Hockey Academy in the Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL), where he combined for 18 goals and 48 points in 66 games.

To date, Toledo has recorded six goals and six assists for 12 points in 27 games, while also adding 50 penalty minutes, in his 2023-24 campaign with Port Moody.

A year earlier, he finished fifth among Richmond Sockeye rookies with nine goals and 19 points in 41 regular season contests.

Toledo's trade to the Ice Hawks sent Ukrainian import Oleksandr Gutsu to Port Moody.

Toledo is joining a Delta team that's looking to defend its 2023 PJHL championship and recently clinched its spot in the 2024 playoffs.

The blue and gold are currently second in the Tom Shaw Conference — third in the entire PJHL — with a record of 29-8-0-2.

The Ice Hawks have six games left in the regular season and Toledo will make his debut on the road tonight, Jan. 12, against Port Coquitlam.