BY: Ray Schmitt, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors
The Greenville Road Warriors, in conjunction with the ECHL, announced today that center Justin Bowers has been named to the All-ECHL Second team.
This season Bowers has established new club records for points (77) and assists (58) in a season and continues to add to those totals. He is also the team’s all-time leader in points at 174 and counting. Bowers is tied for the league lead with 58 assists and is third in the league with 77 points. He leads the ECHL with 25 power-play assists and 32 power-play points. Bowers, who was named ECHL Player of the Month for January, also appeared in two American Hockey League games with Milwaukee.
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Tagged American Hockey League, Bowers, Dov Grumet-Morris, ECHL, Greenville Road Warriors, Justin Bowers, Las Vegas Wranglers, Road Warrior
The Danbury Whalers are proud to announce the signing of forward Don Maloney, Jr. The 23-year-old from New York City is entering his second professional season, having played for the Central Hockey League‘s Arizona Sundogs and the East Coast Hockey League’s Las Vegas Wranglers.
Whalers fans will recognize his name as his father, Don Maloney, played 13 seasons in the NHL with the New York Rangers (11 years) and 38 games in the 78-79 season with the New Haven Knight Hawks. Currently Don Maloney is the General Manger of the Phoenix Coyotes.
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Tagged Arizona Sundogs, Danbury Ice Arena, Danbury Whalers, Don Maloney, FHL, Hartford Whalers, Las Vegas Wranglers, New York Rangers, Phil Esposito, Phoenix Coyotes