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Brenden Anderson tallied his first goal in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) on Thursday, December 30 after being called up by the Hamilton Bulldogs earlier this month.

The Bulldogs acquired the 6’5” forward from the Kitchener Rangers back in October. Anderson played his first game with the team the day after the trade.

Anderson has been up and down this season, spending most of his time with the Brantford 99ers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League  (OJHL).

The 18-year-old is second in scoring for the 99ers this season, with 14 goals and 16 assists in 26 games.

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