Atlanta Gladiators acquire Alexandre Carrier from the Wheeling Nailers
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The Atlanta Gladiators have made a trade with the Wheeling Nailers in the ECHL. The Gladiators acquired forward Alexandre Carrier from the Wheeling Nailers for defenseman Dalton Reum on Wednesday. 

Carrier plays right wing and is beginning his seventh ECHL season. He has previously played for the Trenton Titans, the Elmira Jackals, Wheeling Nailers, Orlando Solar Bears, Adirondack Thunder and Utah Grizzlies. Last season with the Nailers, Carrier had one goal and four assists for five points in 17 games with 21 penalty minutes and was a minus-5. 

The highest form of hockey Carrier has played for has been the American Hockey League as he played 18 games with the Albany Devils in 2014-15 and 2015-16. Carrier has also played one professional season in Austria and one professional season with the Wichita Thunder of the old Central Hockey League. 

Reum is starting his fifth ECHL season. He has previously played for the Gladiators, Wichita Thunder and Idaho Steelheads. Last season with Atlanta, Reum had one goal and seven assists for eight points in 44 games and had 74 penalty minutes and was a  minus-10. 

The Gladiators are an affiliate of the Boston Bruins and the Nailers are an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Gladiators' next game is on Fri., Nov. 3 when they host the Kansas City Mavericks at the Infinite Energy Arena. For tickets, please click here.