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Brampton Beast Roster Update: 11 Released From Camp

Filed in Beast news, Ignore by on October 11, 2015 0 Comments • views: 368

Beast release 11, Roster stands at 22 players

(Photo by Brampton Beast)

(Photo by Brampton Beast)

Brampton Beast Media Release

BRAMPTON, ON – The Brampton Beast, ECHL affiliate of the St. John’s IceCaps and Montreal Canadiens, announced today that the club has released eleven (11) players from its Training Camp roster, shortening the number of players remaining to 22.

The following players have been released from Training Camp:

Peter Hermenegildo

Grant Holliday

Linden Bahm

Ben MacAskill

Grant Gettinger

Jason Yee

Nick Zappia

Ben Rubin

Dean Willmott

Dorian Peca

Paul Dorsey

The players remaining in Training Camp Include:

Forwards (13)

Chris Auger

Bryan McGregor

Brandon Marino

Scott Howes

Yannick Tifu

Jamie Wise

Stephon Thorne

Cal Wild

Jeff Brown

Luc-Olivier Blain

Thomas Stajan

Steven Guzzo

Yannick Riendeau

Defense (7)

Mathew Maione

Zach McCullough

Justin DaCosta

Guy Leboeuf

Steve Tarasuk

Francis Meilleur

Christian Weidauer

Goaltenders (2)

Bryan Pitton

Trevor Cann

The Beast’s second season in the ECHL kicks off on the road for the 2015-16 campaign. The Beast will head to New Hampshire to face the Manchester Monarchs on Friday, October 16 before ending their season-opening road trip in central New York to face the Elmira Jackals on Saturday, October 17.

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