What have you heard about Johnstown's roster, if anything?
All I can relay to you, for the record, is the current Johnstown roster. See below.
# PLAYER POS HEIGHT WEIGHT D.O.B HOMETOWN
2 Kontny, Mitch F 6-0 180 Mar 30, 1992 Superior WI
3 Watt, Jordan F 5-10 165 Jun 24, 1993 Orange, CA
4 Bazevics, Kristaps D 6-3 195 Aug 02, 1994 Riga, Lativa
6 Janssen, Evan F 6-0 185 Mar 31, 1993 Green Bay, WI
7 Brossoit, Brandon F 5-10 180 Apr 16, 1992 Los Alamitos, CA
8 Lutsch, Justin D 6-2 190 Jan 15, 1992 Centennial, CO
9 Hesse, Evan F 5-9 180 Mar 05, 1993 Monticello, MN
11 Bisbing, Cody F 5-10 160 May 02, 1993 Mesa, AZ
12 Nelson, Casey D 6-1 174 Jul 18, 1992 Wisconsin Rapids, WI
14 Wright, Connor F 5-10 180 Jul 12, 1992 Anchorage, AK
15 Buchanan, Chris D 6-1 185 Apr 22, 1994 San Jose CA
18 Christianson, Gage F 5-8 175 Jan 27, 1992 Anchorage, AK
19 Smith-Mass, Cobi F 6-2 190 Aug 19, 1992 Anchorage, AK
20 Hansen, Codey F 6-1 185 Feb 14, 1992 Anchorage AK
23 Kessler, Jesse D 5-10 195 Jun 21, 1993 Franklin TN
24 Bergh, Jeff D 6-0 185 Jan 03, 1992 Hallock, MN
30 Engum, Bodhi G 5-9 165 Jul 11, 1993 Burnsville MN
35 Kulmanovsky, Nick G 5-10 170 Sep 12, 1993 Fairbanks, AK
By the way, how are the Michigan Warriors shaping up to be this year?
The Warriors look to be young this season with only 6 returnees including third-year forwards Martin Gruse and Tyler Perpich and goalie Trevor Gorsuch.
But in talking to Warriors coach Moe Mantha, his excitement about the upcoming season is unmistakeable.
Moe is now healthy (having recovered from the detached retina in his eye that caused him problems last season) and he seems happy and relieved that the marketing of the team is now in the capable hands of Firland Management and being led by Jeremy Torrey, who is based out of the Perani Arena offices in Flint.
Warriors will suprize a few teams this season. Coach Mantha is energized and I have heard more talk about this team than in previus 2 years with fans from up north in Birch Run & Frankenmuth even.
Buffalo Jr. Sabres 4, Jamestown 3
Jamestown Ironmen of the North American Hockey League dropped a 4-3 road decision to Buffalo Jr. Sabres of the Ontario Jr. Hockey League in an exhibition tilt on Saturday night.
The Jr. Sabres led 3-0 and scored three power play goals in hanging on for the one-goal win.
Ironmen coach-general manager Dan Daikawa noted that, "We were okay five on five. They scored three power play goals but we only worked on our penalty
kill for 10 minutes last week."
The Ironmen will play host to the Jr. Sabres on Friday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. at Jamestown Savings Bank Arena.
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