OK, so as I blogged earlier in the day, the Stingrays have had a couple more transactions.
The biggest news is that defenseman Scooter Vaughan was called up to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. Couldn’t be happier for Scooter, who came in last season, and has done nothing, but work his butt off to become a better player.
Rays D Scooter Vaughan called up to Bridgeport.
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As I reported in Tuesday’s blog, the Stingrays were on the verge of signing a couple of forwards from the SPHL.
The first of what could be three players, is forward Parker Stanfield.
Parker Stanfield has 3 goals, 11 assists in 16 games with Peoria.
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Well, I was going to write about Stingrays forward Andrew Cherniwchan being named the ECHL Player of the Week, but that changed this afternoon when Providence recalled Scott Campbell, Jack Downing and defenseman Steve Spinell.
Rays FW Andrew Cherniwchan named ECHL Player of the Week.
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Come on, you knew it was only a matter of time.
Chad Painchaud couldn’t play that well and stay in the ECHL.
So, Painchaud has been called up to the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League (AHL). In a separate transaction, goaltender Adam Morrison has been recalled to the team’s AHL affiliate, the Providence Bruins.
Chad Painchaud has been called up to the AHL
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If the Toledo Walleye don’t play better Friday night against the Stingrays, can we expect another bag skate from head coach Nick Vitucci.
Props to Joey Z for covering it via Twitter last night.
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