To say that the San Francisco Bulls have had a “busy week” is starting to sound like a bit of an understatement.
In addition to gearing up for a six-game road stand, which kicks off Friday night in Idaho, the team has also seen its roster shuffle as it prepares for the final five weeks of the regular season.
The most recent trade news: The Bulls announced Thursday that they have acquired Dallas Stars prospect Tristan King from the Idaho Steelheads. The Stars’ reassignment of the 22-year-old center to San Francisco completes the exchange for former Bull Rylan Galiardi, which was first announced on Wednesday.
King will be “in the line-up” on Friday to face his former team, the Bulls said in a release.
This is only the most recent move made by the Bulls this week. On Tuesday, the team announced that they had traded forward Alex Tuckerman and defenseman Martin Lee to the Utah Grizzlies in exchange for high-scoring winger Bryan Cameron and future considerations.
Cameron is also expected to join the team Friday in Idaho to face the Steelheads.