2012-13 AHL Contracts Thread
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11-02-2012, 05:15 PM
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Ryan Parent upgraded his PTO to a SPC
I did a little research and I found out that a few players, that were on AHL contracts last season, have retired.
F Garth Murray
(63GP, 3-10-13) — The first-ever winner of the IceCaps’ fans’ choice award and St. John’s penalty-minute leader (112) last season, Murray retired and is currently taking an extended tour of Europe. In fact, Murray and some of his former teammates met at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport as Murray was heading overseas, and the IceCaps were returning from their season-opening road trip.
A 12-year veteran of the National Hockey League,
has joined the Canisius College hockey staff as Director of Player Development, announced by head coach Dave Smith on Monday.
Curtis McElhinney made 23 saves in the Falcons goal. Springfield's goalies are being instructed by retired goalie
, one of the most popular players in Falcons history.
Also Denis Hamel returned to Quebec to play for the Saguenay Marquis in the LNAH. He is likely done at the pro level.
There are still a few players remaining on the 2012 AHL UFA list (Post #2) : J.P. Testwuide (Abbotsford), Myles Stoesz (Albany) Dan Henningson (Binghamton), Chris Murray (Charlotte), Kevin Doell (Chicago), Jeff Prough (Connecticut), Mike Thomas (Grand Rapids), T.J. Fast (Hamilton), Graham Mink (Hershey), Daren Machesney (Hershey), Mike Brennan (Lake Erie), Chris Cahill (Milwaukee), Dave Leaderer (Milwaukee), Garrett Suter (Milwaukee), Bryan Helmer (Oklahoma), David LeNeveu (Oklahoma), Chase Polacek (Peoria), Jake Gannon (Peoria), Spencer Bennett (Portland), Scott Fleming (Portland), Jeff Jakaitis (Rochester), Nathan Smith (Syracuse) Ryan McGinnis (Syracuse), Nick Layton (Texas), Josh Engel (Toronto), Kyle Neuber (Toronto), Matt Rust (Wilkes-Barres)
At this point, I guess it's safe to say that most of these players have retired
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