Here’s the official release:
WOLF PACK RELEASE THREE FROM ATOs
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Brock McBride, David Stich and Trevor Glass Deleted from Roster
HARTFORD, April 27, 2009: Hartford Wolf Pack general manager Jim Schoenfeld announced today that the team has released three players, forward Brock McBride and defensemen David Stich and Trevor Glass, from their Amateur Tryout (ATO) agreements.
McBride, who joined the Wolf Pack March 25 after a four-year career at St. Lawrence University, posted four assists and a +4, along with nine penalty minutes, in eight regular-season games. He also dressed for five of the Pack’s six playoff games, and was Even with two PIM.
Stich registered two assists and a +3, and served four minutes in penalties, in four regular-season games with the Wolf Pack. The Czech Republic native came to the Pack from Saint John of the QMJHL March 30.
Glass, who played in the Western Hockey League this year with the Spokane Chiefs, signed his ATO April 17 and did not appear in a game for the Wolf Pack.
The Wolf Pack’s season ended this past Saturday, with a 5-3 loss at Worcester in Game Six of their Atlantic Division series against the Sharks.
It is never too early, however, to start looking ahead to next season, and season tickets for the Wolf Pack’s 2009-10 AHL campaign are on sale now. Fans can receive 5% off their 2009-10 full-season ticket orders, by purchasing their seats by May 1. Call the Wolf Pack ticket office at (860) 548-200 to talk with an account executive today for more information. The Wolf Pack is offering “Knockout Season Ticket Prices” for 2009-10, with across-the-board price reductions of 8-13% depending on the seat location. To learn more, visit www.hartfordwolfpack.com.