Courtnal recalled to Providence

The Stingrays might get forward Chris Langkow back into the lineup for tonight’s game with Gwinnett.

But now Justin Courtnall as been recalled to the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League (AHL).

I think Courtnall has been playing pretty well lately. Not scoring, but using his body, finishing his checks and in general being a pain in the butt.

Courtnall, 23, appeared in three games with the Bruins (AHL) this season, adding no points. The Victoria, British Columbia, native registered three goals and four assists for seven points in 35 games with the Stingrays. Currently in his first professional campaign, Courtnall attended Boston University for three seasons totaling 13 points (seven goals, six assists) in 92 career games. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound forward was selected by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the seventh round (210 overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.

 

3 thoughts on “Courtnal recalled to Providence

  1. The report on ECHL.com about the attendance over 3 million says that Cincinatti has increased there attendance in each of the last five seasons including a 1.6% increase this year over last year. Maybe the Rays brass should be looking at there model and find out what has been working for them. Just a thought!!!!

    • I blame the city and the brass of the Colliseum for pricing practices making it difficult for the average hockey loving family to attend games.

      • You hit the nail directly on the head, PDDuke. Concession prices are outrageous for what you get. And the souvenier table prices are out of line also.

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