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TRENTON DEVILS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) vs READING ROYALS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) Game 1 ◦ Saturday, October 16, 2010 ◦ 7:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ

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T.J. Miller Andy Thomas Justin Coutu Martin Nolet Trevor Kell Tony Zancanaro Darcy Zajac Matt Lombardi Matt Vokes Ryan Ginand Ryan Hayes Matthew Kang Kory Nagy Taylor Vichorek J.S. Berube Jeremy Akeson Dave Leaderer Justin Pender Jordon Southorn Gord Burnett Jeff Prough

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Rob Kwiet Louis Liotti Casey Haines Todd Perry Jared Ross Matt Caruana Chris Blight Olivier Labelle Eric Castonguay Ryan Cruthers Josh Engel John Scrymgeour Matt Generous Mikhail Stefanovich Andrew Sarauer Robert Slaney Richard Greenop Dallas Jackson Ben Gordon

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1 Adam Courchaine 30 Ben Scrivens

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Led the T-Devils Devils with a plus-16 rating in 09-10 ECHL experience w/ Augusta, Johnstown andMississippi UMASS-Amherst's (HE) Lowe's Senior CLASS Award in ‘09-10 Drafted in the fifth round by the Chicago Blackhawks in ‘04 Longest tenured player on the T-Devils' roster Spent four seasons with University of North Dakota (WCHA) Won Boston College's (HE) John "Snooks" Kelley Memorial Award Led the T-Devils with 33 assists as a rookie in ‘09-10. Joined Trenton after a stint w/ Herning of the Danish Elite League Won the OHL's Dan Snyder Memorial Trophyin 09-10 2nd in scoring for Kingston (OHL) in 07-08 ‘09-10: 13pts in 33 GP for Trenton; 6pts in 31 GP for Lowell 45 penalty minutes for Hamline University (MIAC) in ‘09-10 413 penalty minutes in 4 years for Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL) Has 59 career points in aTrenton uniform Appeared in all T-Devils games last two seasons 100 penalty minutes in 49 games for Trenton last season Drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in 2008 Played in ECHL for Phoenix, Elmira and Utah Has led Trenton in goals in each of the last two seasons

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Won Don Waddell Award at Northern Michigan University'sin 06-07

Led Michigan State to NCAA championship in 2007 Career-high 21 wins in 2009-10. GAA was 3.06

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67 pts (12g, 55a) for ‘08-09 Memorial Cup Champion Windsor (CHL) ‘08-09 Hockey East "Defensive Defenseman of the Year" w/ Northeastern Led Ferris State (CCHA) in ‘09-10 with 5 game-winning goals 3 seasons w/ AHL-Toronto Marlies 3-time ECAC All-Academic Team w/ St. Lawrence University OPJHL All-Star w/ Bowmanville Eagles in ‘03 and ‘04. Led Clarkson University (ECAC) w/ 19 goals in 2003-04 Led Utah Grizzlies (ECHL) w/ 69 penalty minutes in ‘07-08 47 pts in ‘07-08, 70 pts in ‘08-09 with to pace T-Devils Royals’ leading scorer in ‘09-10: 71 points (22g, 49a) Helped Wisconsin (WCHA) to the 2006 NCAA National Finals 3rd on ‘05-06 St. Michael's Buzzers (OPJHL) w/ 59pts (28g, 30a) 7th round pick by the Buffalo Sabres in the ‘05 NHL Entry Draft Led Quebec Remparts (QMJHL) w/ 76pts (49g, 27a) in ‘08-09 4th round pick by Vancouver in ‘04 after 75pts w/ Langely (BCHL) 81pts (36g, 45a) led Cape Breton (QMJHL) in ‘08-09 Most PIM on Windsor (OHL) for 2 seasons: 149 in ‘06-07, 194 in ‘07-08. Paced Prince George (WHL) D-men w/ 11g, 18a ‘09-10 Finished 2nd on Royals w/ 69 points (24g, 45a) in ‘09-10

SV% Notes Last 4 seasons in German DEL: Duisburg & DEG Metrostars Posted a 21-9-4 (1.87 GAA, .934 sv%) for Cornell (ECAC)


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TRENTON DEVILS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) vs READING ROYALS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) Game 1 ◦ Saturday, October 16, 2010 ◦ 7:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ Eastern Conference Standings North

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Today in the ECHL Gwinnett Gladiators (0-0-1) at Florida Everblades (1-0-0) 7 p.m. ET • Gwinnett rookie Aaron Bendickson had two points (1g-1a) in his pro debut on Friday. • Florida’s Bobby Goepfert made 33 saves and stopped all four attempts in the shootout on Friday. • Gladiators’ Chris Carrozzi made 27 saves in his pro debut on Friday. • Everblades’ Mitch Fadden tallied one goal in regulation and added another tally in shootout on Friday. Wheeling Nailers (0-1-0) at Toledo Walleye (1-0-0) 7 p.m. ET • Ben Street led Wheeling on Friday with eight shots. • Walleye’s Peter Leblanc scored two goals in Friday’s 4-0 win at Wheeling. • Nailers’ Patrick Killeen stopped all 14 shots he faced in final two periods on Friday. • Toledo’s Jordan Pearce made 36 saves to record shutout on Friday. Reading Royals (0-0-0) at Trenton Devils (0-0-0) 7 p.m. ET • Royals are opening their season on the road for the seventh time in the last nine years. • Kevin Dean makes his head coaching debut for Trenton. • Reading’s Ryan Cruthers led the Kelly Cup Playoffs with 24 points (8g-16a) last season. • Jeff Prough led the Devils in 2009-10 with 30 goals and 61 points. Cincinnati Cyclones (0-1-0) at Elmira Jackals (1-0-0) 7:35 p.m. ET • Cincinnati was 2-for-4 on the power play on Friday. • Jackals’ Yannick Tifu had four points (1g-3a) in 7-3 win over Cincinnati on Friday. • Brian O’Hanley and J.C. Sawyer both had a goal and an assist for Cyclones on Friday. • Elmira’s John de Gray was a team-best +5 in Friday’s win. Victoria Salmon Kings (0-1-0) at Idaho Steelheads (1-0-0) 7:10 p.m. MT • Victoria’s David Shantz made 26 saves on Friday. • Idaho’s Tyler Beskorowany made 24 saves on Friday to record shutout in his pro debut. • Ryan Dingle led the Salmon Kings with five shots on Friday. • Mike Gabinet, Tyler Ludwig and John Swanson all had two assists for Idaho in Friday’s win. Las Vegas Wranglers (0-0-0) at Bakersfield Condors (0-0-0) 7 p.m. PT • Las Vegas went 7-5-0 against the Condors last season. • Bakersfield is opening the season at home for the eighth consecutive season. • Ryan Mougenel went 34-30-8 in his first season as Wranglers’ head coach. • Marty Raymond is 224-173-52 in seven seasons as Condors’ head coach. Ontario Reign (1-0-0) at Stockton Thunder (0-1-0) 7:30 p.m. PT • Six different Reign players scored goals in Friday’s 6-3 win over Stockton • Thunder’s Fraser Clair had three points (2g-1a) on Friday. • Jordan Morrison and Tim Kraus both had two assists for Ontario on Friday. • Stockton was 1-for-3 on the power play on Friday. Utah Grizzlies (0-0-1) at Alaska Aces (1-0-0) 7:15 p.m. AT • Utah’s Chris Donovan scored first pro goal on Friday. • Aces’ Wes Goldie and Bryan Miller both had a goal and as assist in Friday’s 3-2 overtime win against Utah. • Grizzlies’ Jean-Philippe Lamoureux made 36 saves in his return to Alaska on Friday. • Alaska’s Brian Swanson had three assists on Friday.

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Welcome From ECHL Commissioner Brian McKenna

ECHLPress Releases - October 15, 2010 Dear ECHL Fans, I am pleased to officially welcome you as the Premier ‘AA’ Hockey League celebrates its 23rd season, making it the third-longest tenured professional league behind only the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League. There has been a great deal of transition and change in the minor league hockey landscape over the past several seasons. As the economy continues to gradually recover and grow, the ECHL is well positioned to provide outstanding value for our fan base. The ECHL has become an integral part of the professional hockey player development process as more than 440 players have gone on to play in the NHL after the ECHL including 35 in 2009-10. In addition to providing affordable family entertainment to more than 77 million fans since it began, ECHL teams have become a part of their communities including donating more than $16 million and countless hours to charity the last four years. Since it began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states, the league has grown into a coast-to-coast league with 19 teams in 14 states and British Columbia including the newest member in Greenville, S.C. In the fall of 2011, we will welcome our 20th team in suburban Chicago, the Chicago Express. We congratulate Cincinnati on winning its second Kelly Cup championship in three years and for becoming the first team in league history to win a best of seven series after trailing 3 games to 0. The 19th Annual ECHL All-Star Classic and Hall of Fame luncheon will be hosted by the Bakersfield Condors and Rabobank Arena on Jan. 26, 2011. The ECHL has been represented on the last 10 Stanley Cup champions including 2010 with Chicago Blackhawks assistant coaches Mike Haviland and John Torchetti, senior director of hockey administration Al MacIsaac, developmental goaltending coach Wade Flaherty, general manager of minor league affiliations Mark Bernard and scout Ryan Stewart. The ECHL had affiliations with 28 of the 30 teams in the NHL in 2009-10, marking the 13th consecutive year for affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL. For the 21st season in a row, the ECHL was represented on the AHL champion with a record 17 former ECHL players on the Hershey Bears. Thank you on behalf of the ECHL and its teams for your continued support and we hope that you and your family enjoy following your favorite team through what promises to be a fantastic ECHL season. Sincerely, Brian McKenna, ECHL Commissioner


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TRENTON DEVILS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) vs READING ROYALS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) Game 1 ◦ Saturday, October 16, 2010 ◦ 7:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ

DEVILS SPLIT TWO PRESEASON CONTESTS

In preparation for the 2010-11 season, the Trenton Devils played two preseason games, on October 8 and 9, in Elmira and Reading respectively. In their first preseason game, at the First Arena in Elmira, the Devils were bested by the Jackals, 4-2. In the loss, Jeff Lerg (0-1) stopped 46 of 50 Elmira shots, and forwards Ryan Hayes and Matthew Lombardi tallied their first markers in Trenton uniforms. Elmira’s offense was paced by two A.J. Perry goals, as well as tabs by Justin Donati and Dustin Cameron. Jackals’ goaltender, Shane Connelly, stopped 16 of 18 Trenton shots in the victory. The Devils got their first win of the preseason in their second and final tune-up game, one-upping the Reading Royals, 4-3, in overtime, at the Sovereign Center in Reading. After Matt Caruana’s goal at 5:24 of the first period made the score 2-0 in favor of Reading, Matt Kang and Ryan Hayes of the Devils responded with goals of their own, tying the score late in the first period, before John Mori’s goal at 16:45 gave the Royals the lead once again, 3-2. The score remained 3-2 in favor of Reading into the first intermission. After allowing three goals on 11 first period shots, Devils’ goaltender Dave Caruso stood tall the rest of the game, stopping the final 21 shots he faced. And after Matt Kang’s second goal of the evening tied the score, 3-3, at 14:00 of the second period, the stage was set for overtime, where former Devil, Eric Castonguay, turned the puck over to Ryan Ginand directly in front of his own goaltender. Ginand capitalized on his golden opportunity, beating Reading goaltender, Adam Courchaine, at 1:20 to seal a 4-3 Devils’ The Devils took their final preseason game from Reading on an OT goal from Ryan Ginand. victory. Courchaine allowed four goals on 34 shots in the loss.

CASTONGUAY SWITCHES SIDES

Saturday night’s contest between the Devils and Royals will feature the return of former Devil, Eric Castonguay, to Trenton. After leading Trenton in scoring (tied with Jim Henkel in 2007-08) in both of his two seasons in New Jersey’s Capital City, the 5-11, 192 lb. right winger spent the 2009-10 season with the Devils’ AHL affiliate in Lowell, where he appeared in 45 of the team’s 80 games, collecting two goals and five assists for seven points. After participating in the Albany Devils’ training camp this past summer, Castonguay signed with Reading on October 5, 2010. Castonguay, who notched an assist in last week’s preseason game against Trenton, hails from Granby, PQ and played three seasons (2004-2007) for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s Lewiston MAINEiacs. Join Dan D’Uva for live broadcasts of every Trenton Devils game on the air at Z88.9 FM and online at TrentonDevils.com. American One provides free audio streaming and a video streaming service. Each broadcast begins 15 minutes before the opening face-off. Don’t miss the first broadcast of “Along the Boards” with Dan D’Uva, Kevin Dean and player guests at the Trenton Marriott Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m.

TWO DOWN, ONE TO GO

COACH KEVIN DEAN SEEKS KELLY CUP With a Calder Cup ring to compliment his Stanley Cup ring, new Trenton Devils’ head coach, Kevin Dean, is in pursuit of the ultimate hockey trifecta: championships in each of the three major professional hockey leagues in North America (NHL, AHL, ECHL). In 1995, Dean won two championships in one season, as a rookie defenseman on New Jersey’s Stanley Cup Championship roster, and the veteran captain of Albany’s Calder Cup Championship squad. After retiring from active duty as a player in 2002, the Madison, Wisc. native is looking to hoist the Kelly Cup as a coach. “That would be fun,” Dean said when asked about the possibility of winning all three cups.

“I’ve never thought of that. I’ve just been consuming myself with this team here and how to prepare for Saturday night and getting off to a good start.” With a different role as Head Coach, Dean faces multiple challenges such as grooming young players and staying within a system for a full 72 game season. “Young kids bring a lot to the table.” he said. “They have a boost of energy. We’re going to have ups and downs throughout the year just like everyone else.” Dean’s first tour of duty as a head coach follows four seasons as an assistant with AHLLowell. His head coach there, John MacLean, is now the New Jersey Devils head coach.


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TRENTON DEVILS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) vs READING ROYALS (0-0-0-0, 0pts) Game 1 ◦ Saturday, October 16, 2010 ◦ 7:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ

12th Season of Pro Hockey in Trenton Begins

The Trenton Devils host the Reading Royals in the first game of the 2010-11 regular season on Saturday night. This is Trenton’s first game since they lost to Reading in the final game of the 2009-10 regular season at the Sovereign Center in Reading, 8-4, on April 3, 2010. The Devils are coming off a 33-30-4-5 season in 2009-10, which positioned them in third place in the East Division, and ninth place in the American Conference, leaving them two points shy of the Toledo Walleye for the final berth in the Kelly Cup Playoffs. The Devils will be captained by Trevor Kell, who finished last season with 35 points (16g, 19a) in 44 games. This will be the second consecutive season that Kell will serve as Trenton’s captain. David Leaderer, in his third season with the Devils, will serve as one of the team’s two assistant captains. In his Trenton career, the 5’11, 190 lb. defenseman has tallied 61 points (21g, 40a) with a rating of plus-11. The second assistant captain will be decided on a game-by-game basis. Tony Zancanaro, the lone remaining player from the Titans-era, also returns to the Trenton for what will be his fifth season in Mercer County. The 2010-11 Trenton Devils’ roster features 11 new players, including Darcy Zajac, the younger brother of New Jersey Devils’ center, Travis Zajac. The younger Zajac joins Trenton after a four-year collegiate career at the University of North Dakota (WCHA).

The Devils’ will be coached by former NHL defenseman Kevin Dean, who played in 331 NHL games between 1995 and 2001 for the New Jersey Devils, Atlanta Thrashers, Dallas Stars and Chicago Blackhawks. Dean is most known as being the only player in hockey history to win both the Stanley Cup and Calder Cup in the same season, as he was a rookie on the 1994-95 New Jersey Devils’ Stanley Cup championship team, and the captain on the Albany River Rats’ Calder Cup championship team. The Reading Royals are coming off of a 3729-1-5 season in 2009-10, which slotted them second in the East Division, and seventh in the American Conference. In the postseason, Reading first defeated the Kalamazoo Wings, 3-2 in a best-of-five series, and then swept past the Florida Everblades, four games to none, in the second round. The Royals finally succumbed to the eventual Kelly Cup champions, the Cincinnati Cyclones, four games to three, in a hard-fought, seven-game series. The Royals’ two leading scorers from a season ago, Ryan Cruthers and Ben Gordon, return to the black and purple in 2010-11. Overall, the Royals return just eight players from 2009-10, with 13 new arrivals making their Reading debuts in 2010-11. They will be coached by Larry Courville, who has been at the helm with the Royals since January 6, 2009, when he assumed the post vacated by Jason Nobili

DEVILS AND ROYALS CLASH PROMOTIONS

DIVISION FOES TO MEET 16 TIMES IN ‘10-11 The Devils and Royals meet on October 16 and 17 at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton for what will be the first two meetings in a 16-game season series in 2010-11. With so many games against the same opponent, The Devils know getting off to a good start could lead to sustained success as the series goes on throughout the year as Captain Trevor Kell stated, “We’re going to be seeing a lot of them, so setting the tone early is going to be key for us. We have a lot of guys where it’s going to be their first professional game so hopefully they kind of just get the jitters out and keep it simple and hopefully they realize we’re going to be seeing them a lot and we have to set the tone early against them.” The Devils will travel to Reading and take on the Royals at the Sovereign Center for the first time on Friday, November 19. The clubs will then conclude their season series with a home-and-home during the final weekend of the regular season, when they face off in Trenton on Friday, April 1 and in Reading on Saturday, April 2. In 2009-10, the clubs met 14 times, with Reading winning the series by going 11-3, including three victories that occurred in either overtime or a shootout. This year, The Devils look to make a statement right off the bat. Forward Tony Zancanaro is entering his fourth year in the Trenton organization and after last year’s ugly record against Reading, Zancanaro knows

how important each game is, saying, “Yea, we definitely want to set the tone right away when you play a team that many times. Every game is going to be a battle so it is pretty important that we get these wins right away and get that confidence.” The Royals had won the first eight match-ups, before Trenton rebounded to take three of the final six showdowns. With the Devils finishing the 2009-10 regular season just two points out of the American Conference’s final playoff position, and five points behind Reading for second place in the East Division, their early-season struggles against Reading were an integral reason that Trenton missed the playoffs for only the third time in their 11-year history last season.

JUSTIN BIEBER As part of the Opening Night festivities, all fans attending the October 16 contest will have the ability to register to win four tickets to see Justin Bieber perform November 14 at Wells Fargo Center (formerly Wachovia Center) in Philadelphia, courtesy of the Trenton Devils. Visit the sales table behind section 115 to sign up! MAGNET SCHEDULE GIVEAWAY All fans in attendance at Saturday and Sunday’s games will receive a complimentary Trenton Devils Magnet Schedule when entering the Sun National Bank Center. Don’t forget to put yours on the fridge! Preview the magnet schedule, courtesy of Kraml Design. Drummers with Attitude During the game, Drummers with Attitude will be performing during stoppages in play, just like a marching band at a high school football game! Game Worn Jersey Raffle A white, game-worn Dave Leaderer #26 jersey will be raffled off, with chances at $2 per ticket. Check out the jersey in person and buy your raffle tickets on the concourse behind section 116. Winner is announced in the third period. Guess the Attendance Guess the attendance for a chance to win an autographed stick! Fill out the entry form (for free!) at the sales table behind section 115. Winner is announced in the third period.


2010-11 Trenton Devils Schedule OCTOBER Sat. 16 vs. Reading ........... 7:00 Sun. 17 vs. Reading ........... 4:00 Sat. 23 @ Wheeling#...... 7:35 Sun. 24 @ Wheeling ......... 5:05 Thu. 28 vs. Gwinnett ........ 7:00 Fri. 29 vs. Gwinnett ........ 7:00

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NOVEMBER Fri. 5 vs. Cincinnati ....... 7:00 Fri. 12 @ Wheeling# ....... 7:35 Sat. 13 @ Elmira ............. 7:35 Wed. 17 vs. Reading ........... 7:00 Fri. 19 @ Reading ........... 7:05 Sat. 20 vs. Elmira ............. 7:00 Tue. 23 @ Florida ............. 7:30 Wed. 24 @ Florida ............. 7:30 Sat. 27 vs. Alaska .............. 7:00 Sun. 28 vs. Cincinnati ....... 4:00

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DECEMBER Wed. 1 @ Toledo............. 7:00 Thu. 2 @ Wheeling ......... 7:05 Sat. 4 vs. Reading ........... 7:00 Wed. 8 vs. Elmira ............. 7:00 Fri. 10 @ Elmira ............. 7:35 Sat. 11 @ Elmira ............. 7:35 Sun. 12 vs. S. Carolina ...... 4:00 Fri. 17 @ Elmira ............. 7:35 Sun. 19 vs. Toledo............. 4:00 Sun. 26 vs. Reading ........... 5:00 Wed. 29 vs. Elmira ..............7:00 Fri. 31 vs. Florida .............5:00

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JANUARY Sat. 1 vs. Florida .............7:00 Fri. 7 @ S. Carolina ......7:05 Sat. 8 @ S. Carolina ......7:05 Sun. 9 @ S. Carolina ......4:00 Wed. 12 vs. Wheeling .........7:00 Fri. 14 vs. Elmira ..............7:00 Sat. 15 vs. Toledo .............7:00 Mon. 17 @ Reading ...........1:05 Fri. 21 @ Wheeling# ......7:35 Sat. 22 vs. Wheeling .........7:00 Sun. 23 vs. Wheeling* .......4:00 Fri. 28 @ Toledo .............7:00 Sat. 29 @ Wheeling .........7:35 Sun. 30 @ Wheeling# ......5:05 FEBRUARY Fri. 4 @ Reading ........... 7:05 Sat. 5 vs. Reading ...........7:00 Sun. 6 vs. Reading ...........1:00 Wed. 9 vs. Kalamazoo ......7:00 Thu. 10 vs. Kalamazoo ......7:00 Sat. 12 @ Reading ...........7:05 Sun. 13 @ Reading ...........5:05 Wed. 16 @ Elmira ..............7:05 Fri. 18 @ Elmira .................7:35 Sat. 19 vs. Elmira ..............7:00 Sun. 20 vs. Wheeling ......... 4:00 Wed. 23 @ Reading ........... 7:05 Fri. 25 vs. Gwinnett ........ 7:00 Sat. 26 vs. Gwinnett ........ 7:30 Sun. 27 @ Elmira ............. 4:05

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MARCH Fri. 4 @ Greenville ....... 7:05 Sat. 5 @ Gwinnett ........ 7:05 Sun. 6 @ Gwinnett ........ 4:05 Wed. 9 @ Reading ........... 7:05 Fri. 11 vs. Toledo............. 7:00 Sun. 13 vs. Elmira ............. 4:00 Wed. 16 vs. Elmira ............. 7:00 Fri. 18 @ Kalamazoo ..... 7:30 Sat. 19 @ Toledo............. 7:00 Sun. 20 @ Toledo............. 4:00 Wed. 23 @ Elmira ............. 7:05 Fri. 25 vs. Kalamazoo ..... 7:00 Wed. 30 vs. Elmira ............. 7:00

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APRIL Fri. 1 vs. Reading ........... 7:00 PM Sat. 2 @ Reading ........... 7:05 PM All times are Eastern. *Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ #War Memorial Arena, Johnstown, PA


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