The Milwaukee Power have completed a trade deal with the Binghamton Jr. Senators. The terms of the trade are: - The Senators receive cash. - The Power receive Forwards Caleb Beversdorf and Ben Beversdorf. The Wisconsin native twins are both veterans of the NA3HL after playing their rookie seasons last year for both the La Crosse Freeze and the Binghamton Jr. Senators. Caleb scored 19 goals with 33 assists while appearing in 51 games and Ben scored 10 goals with 15 assists and appeared in 43 games last season. "We are extremely excited to bring in both Caleb and Ben with this trade. Part of the reason we put ourselves here in Milwaukee was so that players like them could play great Junior Hockey close to home. Their experience, grit, and abilities are going to make an impact for our organization and we can't wait for them to arrive to meet the rest of the guys in training camp tomorrow," said Chase Ernst, Vice President of Hockey Operations. With this trade the Power now have further deepened their core of highly talented forwards that will bring high levels of speed, physicality, and skill on game days. The number of players under contract now is 15 as the Power wait for players to be released from the NAHL to "trickle down" to the NA3 level. The Hockey Ops staff are still looking to round out the roster but will continue to take the methodical approach in order to keep bringing in quality players for their Inaugural Season.