Update 4:19 pm: Bryan Cameron will be reassigned to the Bulls on Thursday February 21. He should be available to play for the team on Friday as they kick off a six game road trip against the Idaho Steelheads.
The Bulls have announced a trade on their team website as they continue to tweak their roster as they made another trade. This time they dealt rookie forward Alex Tuckerman and rookie defenseman Martin Lee to the Utah Grizzlies for future considerations of with forward Bryan Cameron. Cameron is under contract with the Calgary Flames and was recently called up to Abbotsford in the AHL. Cameron would join the Bulls when he is returned to the ECHL. The Bulls are currently chasing Utah for the seventh spot in the west.
Alex Tuckerman was having a solid rookie season for the Bulls. He had 14 points, five goals and nine assists, in 37 games during the season. He also provided solid defense as he was a plus player on the season with a +1, which ties him for the active team lead for forwards.
Martin Lee was a sporadically used defenseman for the Bulls. He has no points on the season and has only appeared in eight games.
Bryan Cameron was originally drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in the third round at number 82 overall during the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. He was signed as a free agent by the Calgary Flames in 2009. Cameron should be able to bring some offense to the Bulls as he has 38 points, 15 goals and 23 assists, in 47 games. His 38 points would ranked third on the Bulls behind Peter Sivak and Dean Ouellet.