Admirals trade for Adam Pardy

09 Apr 2016; Edmonton Oilers defenceman Adam Pardy (6) against the Vancouver Canucks during a game at Rogers Arena in Vancouver BC. Vancouver won 4-3 in a shootout. (Photograph by Bob Frid/Icon Sportswire)

The Milwaukee Admirals announced Monday that the team has acquired defenseman Adam Pardy from the Springfield Thunderbirds in exchange for forward Eric Robinson, defenseman Teddy Doherty, and goaltender Brandon Whitney.

Pardy, 32, brings over 300 games of NHL experience to the Admirals, having split the 2015-16 campaign between the Edmonton Oilers and the Winnipeg Jets. In total he has played in 338 NHL games with the Oilers, Jets, Buffalo Sabres, Dallas Stars, and Calgary Flames, scoring four goals, dishing out 48 assists and accumulating 263 penalty minutes.

A native of Bonavista, N.L., Pardy has played 185 games in the AHL with the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights, Quad City Flames, Texas Stars, Rochester Americans, and St. John’s IceCaps. He has nine career AHL goals and 30 assists for 39 points to go along with 178 penalty minutes.

Pardy was an AHL All-Star in 2008.

Robinson, 26, has one assist in one game with Milwaukee this season. He has appeared in 16 career AHL contests, totaling four goals and two assists.

Doherty, 22, is beginning his rookie pro season after four years at Boston College.

Whitney, 22, was a 2012 draft choice by the Chicago Blackhawks. He spent his rookie season with Cincinnati (ECHL) in 2015-16.