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ECHL’s Brampton Beast Announce 2015-16 Training Camp Roster

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Beast Announce 2015-16 Training Camp Roster
CAMP ROSTER

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Brampton Beast Media Release

BRAMPTON, ON – The Brampton Beast Hockey Club, ECHL affiliate of the National Hockey League’s Montreal Canadiens, is pleased to announce its roster for 2015-16 Training Camp.

Players will be taking to the ice starting Monday, October 5 and will practice throughout the week until camp concludes on Wednesday, October 14.

On-ice practice sessions will be taking place at the Powerade Centre at 10 a.m. daily for the duration of Training Camp. Practices are open to the media as well as Beast Season Ticket Holders. Please note that practice times and locations are subject to change.

2015-16 Training Camp Roster

Forwards

Scott Howes

Yannick Tifu

Brandon Marino

Chris Auger

Luc-Olivier Blain

Yannick Riendeau

Bryan McGregor

Nick Zappia

Jamie Wise

Stephon Thorne

Thomas Stajan

Bryan Cameron

Linden Bahm

Benjamin Rubin

Steven Guzzo

Dorian Peca

Grant Holliday

Defense

Guy Leboeuf

Francis Meilleur

Dean Willmott

Steve Tarasuk

Christian Weidauer

Grant Gettinger

Jason Yee

Ben MacAskill

Peter Hermenegildo

Zach McCullough

Danick Malouin

Goaltenders

Trevor Cann

Bryan Pitton

Paul Dorsey

Beast Contracted Players Attending AHL Training Camps

Mathew Maione – D

Justin DaCosta – D

Cal Wild – F

Jeff Brown – F

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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