After a mediocre start to the season, the Ottawa 67′s are shaking things up.

The 67′s have traded goaltender Keegan Wilson to the Guelph Storm for a 7th round pick in the 2013 OHL Priority Selection Draft.

The 20-year old was acquired by Ottawa last June in a trade with the Brampton Battalion.

Wilson struggled for the 67′s this season, posting a 4-7 record with a 3.67 goals against average.

His final game was Sunday against the Belleville Bulls. Wilson allowed three goals in the first period before being pulled from the game. He smashed his stick on his way to the dressing room.

So who will play net for Ottawa?

In a separate trade, the 67′s sent a 5th round draft pick in 2014 to the Mississauga Steelheads in exchange for 19-year-old goalie Clint Windsor.

Head Coach and GM Chris Byrne says Windsor has potential.

“He’s a big goalie and he competes hard,” said Byrne. “He’s shown that he can come in and stabilize things. He did it last year in Saginaw and we’re looking for him to come in and do the same thing here.”

There is a chance Windsor may cross the ice as early as Tuesday night and play against his old team when the Steelheads visit the 67′s at Scotiabank Place.

Meanwhile, the Ottawa 67′s have traded veteran defenceman Jake Cardwell to the Belleville Bulls for draft picks.

Byrne told 1310News Cardwell requested the trade.

“The trade was spurred on by Cardwell requesting an opportunity himself,” said Byrne. “When it was apparent we weren’t going to be able to make a player for player trade, we decided to get maximum value in draft picks.”

With three goals and 13 assists, Cardwell now becomes the leading scorer on the Bulls.

Ottawa will receive a 3rd round pick in the OHL Priority Selection Draft in 2013, a 2nd round pick in 2014 and a 5th round pick in 2015.