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FORWARDS

No.

Name

Height

Weight

2012-13 Team

GP

G

A

P

Bio

29 Steve Alonge 6'0 192 Windsor (OHL) 0 0 0 0 Missed the 2012-13 season with a shoulder injury. In 2011-12, tallied 10 points (five goals, five assists) in 55 games and finished second on the team with 116 PIM.
10 Colton Beck 5'10 185 Alaska (CCHA) 35 11 10 21 Team’s third-leading scorer in his junior season at Alaska. Langley, BC native notched 21 points (11g, 10a) in 35 games while serving as alternate captain.
14 Erik Bradford 5'11 181 Barrie (OHL) 68 18 15 33 Scored 33 points (18g, 15a) in 68 games during his second full season with the Barrie Colts of the Ontario Hockey League. In the playoffs, scored 10 points (two goals, eight assists) in 22 games, helping Barrie reach Game 7 of the OHL Final.
36 Taylor Cammarata 5'7 156 Waterloo (USHL) 59 38 55 93 Named 2012-13 USHL Player of the Year after leading the league with 93 points (38g, 55a) in 59 games. After two years with the Waterloo Black Hawks, Cammarata will attend the University of Minnesota this fall.
72 Jason Clark 6'2 204 Gwinnett (ECHL) 24 2 7 9 Split his first professional season between the Bridgeport Sound Tigers of the AHL and Gwinnett Gladiators of the ECHL. Scored nine points (two goals, seven assists) in 24 games with Gwinnett and played eight games (two assists) for Bridgeport.
8 Victor Crus Rydberg 5'11 190 Linkoping U-20 (Sweden) 35 12 23 35 Finished second in scoring for Linkoping U-20 with 35 points (12g, 23a) in 35 games this past season. He also made his Swedish Elite League debut for Linkoping.
11 Joe Diamond 5'7 175 Maine (H-East) 33 14 10 24 Made his professional debut for the Sound Tigers after four seasons at Maine, where he scored 104 points (59g, 45a) in 135 career games. In 10 games with Bridgeport, Diamond notched five points (two goals, three assists).
18 Branden Gracel 5'8 179 UMass-Amherst (H-East) 34 14 20 34 Led the UMass Minutemen in scoring this past season with 34 points. During his three years at UMass, has accumulated 68 points (25g, 43a) in 98 games.
14 Cason Hohmann 5'8 181 Boston U. (H-East) 39 10 24 34 Tallied 34 points as a sophomore at Boston University, after scoring eight (two goals, six assists) his freshman season.
25 Mike Halmo 5'10 197 Bridgeport (AHL) 46 5 9 14 Scored 14 points (five goals, nine assists) during his first full professional season. Previously played four seasons with the Owen Sound Attack (OHL).
28 Josh Holmstrom 6'0 181 UMass-Lowell (H-East) 41 12 13 25 Helped UMass-Lowell win its first Hockey East title and qualify for the Frozen Four, notching 25 points (12g, 13a) in 41 games.
77 Kirill Kabanov 6'2 192 Bridgeport (AHL) 32 2 7 9 Limited to just 32 games with the Sound Tigers due to a wrist injury, but still tallied nine points (two goals, seven assists).
27 Anders Lee 6'2 225 Notre Dame (CCHA) 41 20 18 38 Signed with the Islanders after leading the Fighting Irish with 38 points (20g, 18a) in 41 games his junior season. Registered two points in two games for the Islanders.
53 Greg Miller 5'11 193 Cornell (ECAC) 33 14 19 33 Led Cornell in scoring during his fourth season with the Big Red with 33 points (14g, 19a) in 33 games. Became Cornell’s first three-time leading scorer since Matt Moulson.
27 Trevor Moore 5'9 172 Tri-City (USHL) 62 20 43 63 Led Tri-City in scoring with 63 points (20g, 43a) in 62 games during his second USHL season. Will play for University of Denver next season.
72 Jared Morris 6'1 206 Winnipeg (MJHL) 54 29 27 56 Finished his second season with the Winnipeg Blues of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League with 56 points (29g, 27a) in 54 games. In his first season he tallied 68 points (29g, 39a) in 60 games.
29 Brock Nelson 6'3 196 Bridgeport (AHL) 66 25 27 52 Scored 52 points in 66 games during his first professional season with Bridgeport. Made his NHL debut in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
25 John Persson 6'2 209 Bridgeport (AHL) 65 17 12 29 Tallied 29 points in 65 games during his first pro campaign with the Sound Tigers after three seasons with the Red Deer Rebels (WHL).
10 Alan Quine 5'11 191 Peterborough/Belleville (OHL) 54 23 44 67 Finished his fourth season in the OHL, playing the second half of the year with his hometown Belleville Bulls. Between Belleville and the Peterborough Petes, Quine tallied 67 points, and he added 15 points in 17 playoff games.
36 Evan Rodrigues 5'9 178 Boston U. (H-East) 38 14 20 34 Finished third in Boston University scoring with 34 points in 38 games during his sophomore season. Notched 12 points (2g, 10a) in 36 games as a freshman.
77 Ben Rosen 5'10 195 Boston U. (H-East) 38 5 1 6 Completed his senior year at Boston University with six points (five goals, one assist) in 38 games. The Long Island native subsequently signed with the Sound Tigers where he dressed for one game.
11 Nick Sorkin 6'3 193 New Hampshire (H-East) 29 2 15 17 Played three years at the University of New Hampshire, tallying 57 points (14g, 43a) in 101 games. During his sophomore year, he finished second on the Wildcats with 35 points (9g, 26a) in 37 games.
18 Ryan Strome 6'1 188 Niagara (OHL) 53 34 60 94 Led the Niagara IceDogs (OHL) with 94 points in 53 games this past season. Made the jump to the Sound Tigers, tallying seven points (two goals, five assists) in 10 games.
28 Johan Sundstrom 6'3 201 Bridgeport (AHL) 59 11 21 32 Completed his first season in North America with 32 points in 59 games for Bridgeport. Finished first among forwards on the squad with a plus-7 rating.
53 Matt Tabrum 5'10 187 Denver (WCHA) 39 7 8 15 Scored 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 39 games as a sophomore at Denver. Played two seasons with Islanders prospect Scott Mayfield as a member of the Pioneers.
8 Riley Wetmore 5'11 185 UMass-Lowell (H-East) 41 16 11 27 Finished a four-year career at UMass-Lowell with 111 points (50g, 61a) in 152 games. Helped the Riverhawks win the Hockey East title as a senior.

DEFENSEMEN

No.

Name

Height

Weight

2012-13 Team

GP

G

A

P

Bio

37 Kyle Burroughs 5'11 189 Regina (WHL) 70 5 28 33 Led Regina defensemen in scoring with 33 points (five goals, 28a) in 70 games during his second full season in the WHL. Finished second on the team with 91 PIM.
46 Marc Cantin 6'1 204 Bridgeport (AHL) 22 0 1 1 Played in 22 games for the Sound Tigers this season, tallying an assist. Junior teammate of Casey Cizikas with Mississauga (OHL).
44 Mike Dalhuisen 6'2 230 Quinnipiac (ECAC) 42 8 8 16 Completed four seasons at Quinnipiac, culminating in a run to the NCAA National Championship Game, where the Bobcats fell to Yale. Signed with the Sound Tigers at the end of the NCAA season.
37 Troy Donnay 6'6 186 Erie (OHL) 68 1 7 8 Scored eight points in 68 games for the Erie Otters during his third Ontario Hockey League season. Junior teammate of Islanders prospect Adam Pelech.
38 Jesse Graham 6'0 173 Niagara (OHL) 68 4 35 39 Finished his third Ontario Hockey League season with 39 points in 68 games for the IceDogs. Through three seasons with Niagara, Graham has tallied 98 points (9g, 89a) in 199 games.
41 Jared Hauf 6'5 225 Seattle (WHL) 72 0 11 11 Notched 11 assists in his second full Western Hockey League season with the Seattle Thunderbirds. Scored two points (one goal, one assist) in seven postseason games.
33 Dallas Jackson 6'2 202 Bridgeport (AHL) 21 0 3 3 Split time between the Sound Tigers and Gwinnett Gladiators (ECHL) this past season. With Gwinnett, he tallied 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 31 games. With Bridgeport, Jackson notched three assists in 21 games.
44 Mike Keenan 6'0 181 Dartmouth (ECAC) 34 5 11 16 Played four seasons at Darmouth College where he scored 37 points (nine goals, 28 assists) in 148 career games. Tallied a career-high 16 points last season before signing with the Sound Tigers.
46 Loic Leduc 6'6 221 Cape Breton (QMJHL) 38 0 2 2 Limited to 38 games last season for Cape Breton due to a lower body injury. Totaled 10 points (2g, 8a) in 65 games in 2011-12.
6 Scott Mayfield 6'4 209 Denver (WCHA) 39 4 13 17 Scored 17 points (4g, 13a) in 39 games during his sophomore season at Denver. Also led all Pioneers with 112 PIM. Following the conclusion of the NCAA season, Mayfield signed with the Islanders and played six AHL games for Bridgeport.
42 James Mazza 6'1 183 Youngstown (USHL) 58 2 8 10 Scored 10 points in his first USHL season with Youngstown. Prior to playing for the Phantoms, Mazza played in the Atlantic Junior Hockey League for the New York Bobcats.
41 Bradley Nunn 6'5 231 SUNY Fredonia 25 1 1 2 Completed four seasons at SUNY-Fredonia with 30 points (7g, 23a) in 102 career games. Played nine games at the end of the season with Gwinnett (ECHL), notching one assist.
33 Andrey Pedan 6'4 207 Guelph (OHL) 60 14 30 44 Led Guelph defensemen in scoring with 44 points in 60 games. He also finished first in the Ontario Hockey League with 145 PIMs. Played eight games for Sound Tigers at end of season, notching two assists.
50 Adam Pelech 6'2 215 Eric (OHL) 59 8 32 40 Led Erie defensemen with 40 points (8g, 32a) in 59 games last season. Through three Ontario Hockey League seasons, Pelech has tallied 73 points (11g, 62a) in 168 games.
6 Ryan Pulock 6'1 213 Brandon (WHL) 61 14 31 45 Tied for the Brandon lead with 45 points (14g, 31a) in 61 games. Served as Brandon’s captain in his third Western Hockey League season. Has scored 147 points (41g, 106a) in 195 junior league games.
4 Griffin Reinhart 6'4 202 Edmonton (WHL) 59 8 21 29 Helped lead the Edmonton Oil Kings to a first place finish in the Western Hockey League’s Eastern Conference. Scored 29 points (eight goals, 21a) in 59 games last season as Edmonton’s captain.
38 Bennett Schneider 6'2 220 Hamilton Col. (NESCAC) 25 0 2 2 Notched two assists in 25 games during his junior season with Hamilton College. He finished third on the Continentals with 34 PIMs.
4 Doyle Somerby 6'6 233 Muskegon (USHL) 10 2 0 2 Scored 16 points (1g, 15a) in his final season of prep school hockey at Kimball Union Academy in New Hampshire. He then tallied two goals in 10 games with the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL. Will attend Boston University in the fall.

GOALIES

No.

Name

Height

Weight

2012-13 Team

GP

W-L-OT

GAA

SV%

Bio

60 Eamon McAdam 6'2 189 Waterloo (USHL) 31 17-9-3 3.45 .896 Recorded a 17-9-3 record to go with a 3.45 GAA and .896 SV% in 31 games in his third season with Waterloo. Will attend Penn State in the fall.
1 Anders Nilsson 6'5 227 Bridgeport (AHL) 21 8-11-0 2.98 .899 Played in 21 games for the Sound Tigers this past season, posting an 8-11-0 record with a 2.98 GAA and .899 SV%. The previous season, Nilsson played in 25 games for Bridgeport, posting a 15-8-2 record and a 2.42 GAA and .921 SV%.
1 Ken Reiter 5'10 175 Bridgeport (AHL) 12 0-5-2 2.53 .916 Split time between the Sound Tigers and ECHL’s Fort Wayne Comets this past season. With Bridgeport, he posted a 2.53 GAA and .916 SV%.
60 Joel Rumpel 6'2 188 Wisconsin (WCHA) 29 16-9-4 1.96 .929 Finished his sophomore season at the University of Wisconsin with a 16-9-4 record in 29 games. He recorded a 1.96 GAA and .929 SV% for the Badgers.


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