Oklahoma City Barons release Justin Maylan

Well, some good news coming out of the American Hockey League for the South Carolina Stingrays.

Stingrays centerman Justin Maylan was released from his PTO, Oklahoma City Barons General Manager Bill Scott announced today.

Justin Maylan

Stingrays center Justin Maylan playing for the Oklahoma City Barons.

 

Maylan attended the Barons training camp this past season and was signed to a PTO on October 25. He played in four games for Oklahoma City, registering two shots on goal.

Maylan played in two games with the Stingrays earlier in the season, recording an assist. A year ago, Maylan had 18 goals and 22 assists in 49 games for the Stockton Thunder. He was third among rookies before suffering a season-ending injury last February.

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3 thoughts on “Oklahoma City Barons release Justin Maylan

  1. Will he be in the lineup over the weekend? What a tilt that would be on the 16th if both SC and FL were still undefeated in regulation time….The 1st star of tonight’s game should be G’ville goalie based on the amount of rubber he faced tonight. Grimshaw was the only Ray not to have a SOG tonight and Owens had 10….Sure is fun going to the rink!!!!!

    Go Hawks!!!

  2. Obviously not our best game to date but great comeback to salvage a point!! That point came at a price with Downing and Gongalsky going down plus Quick out for awhile (I heard 12 weeks). I guess it will be Morrison tom. night.

    Fla lost 6 to 5 to Elmira!!!!

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