Found October 12, 2011 on Section 303:
Cincinnati Cylones Director of Public Relations Nick Brunker has confirmed that Nashville Predators goaltending prospect Chet Pickard has been sent to the ECHL. This is Pickard’s second trip to the Cyclones in as many seasons. The former first round pick was taken 18th overall by the Preds in 2008, just 11 spots behind his childhood best friend Colin Wilson. And while Wilson has certainly had his issues, Pickard’s have been worse. After finishing up a stellar junior career with the Tri-City Americans of the WHL, the Moncton, New Brunswick native has struggled at the professional level. In 43 career games with the AHL-affiliate Milwaukee Admirals, Pickard a respectable 2.90 goals-against average but his .893 save percentage is atrocious. If Pickard wants to resurrect his professional career and have a shot at the National Hockey League someday, he’ll need to dominate the ECHL competition in Cincinnati and demand a call-up that way. Once in Milwaukee, he can do what just about every P...
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