At this point in the season, the South Carolina Stingrays can’t afford to take any team for granted, even the Toledo Walleye.
The Walleye have the worst record in the ECHL’s Eastern Conference and the Stingrays have outscored them 11-0 in two previous games this season.
After months of getting hammered by the AHL and injuries, the Stingrays are finally started to get players trickle back into the lineup.
Chad Painchaud returns from Norfolk and after being up there for the better part of two months and only playing in six games.
Chad Painchaud returns to the Rays lineup after being up in the AHL with Norfolk.
As I reported or rather, Tweeted, on Friday, the Stingrays were able to sign three former San Francisco Bulls players.
For those of you who don’t know, the Bulls folded their operations last Monday, making all their players free agents.
Dale Mitchell had 11 goals and 12 assists for San Francisco this season in 25 games.
The biggest news out of Stingrays Nation today was the trade of defensemen Brendan Rempel to Las Vegas for future considerations.
With Ryan Grimshaw back from the AHL and Steve Spinell not too far behind, the Stingrays had to make room.
So, I saw where Jack Downing was recalled by the Providence Bruins on Wednesday and then Providence released him from his SPC – or Standard Player Contract.
Downing is still with the South Carolina Stingrays and signed a standard ECHL deal with the Stingrays earlier this week.
Rays forward Jack Downing was released from his SPC with Providence Bruins.