ECHL Free Agency Tracker Week 3

ECHL Free Agency Tracker Week 3

The Maine Mariners continue to be the team that keeps announcing returning players as they have 8 players under contract for the 19-20 season, while 12 teams still haven’t announced a signing since free agency opened up 2 weeks ago. Here is a break down of who has signed who so far this summer.

Adirondack Thunder (2): Matt Salhany and Tommy Parran

Atlanta Gladiators (2): Derek Nesbitt and Nick Bligh

Allen Americans (2): Ben Owen and Spencer Asuchak

Cincinnati Cyclones (1): Justin Vaive

Florida Everblades: (1): Ben Masella

Fort Wayne Komets (4): Brady Shaw, Jason Binkley, Anthony Petruzzelli, and Chase Stewart

Greenville Swamp Rabbits (3): Michael Pelech, Johno May, and Travis Howe

Idaho Steelheads (2): A.J. White and Jeff King

Indy Fuel (1): Brenden Warren

Kansas City Mavericks (2): C.J. Eick and Loren Ulett

Maine Mariners (8): Terrence Wallin, Michael McNicholas, Dillan Fox, Derek Pratt, Josh Couturier, Dwyer Tschantz, Nick Master, and Richie Boyd

Norfolk Admirals (1): Christian Horn

South Carolina Stingrays (1): Cameron Askew

Worcester Railers (3): Barry Almeida, Connor Doherty, and Bobby Shea

July 1st-7th Signings

*Will be updated daily*

July 1st


July 2nd

Adirondack Thunder: re-sign Hans Gorowsky

Idaho Steelheads: re-sign Kyle Schempp

Indy Fuel: sign Tim Shoup

Florida Everblades: re-sign Patrick McCarron

Rapid City Rush: re-sign Brandon Fehd

South Carolina Stingrays: Sign Max Novak

July 3rd

Atlanta Gladiators: re-sign Sean Bonar

Cincinnati Cyclones: re-sign Jesse Schultz

Wichita Thunder: sign Matthew Whittaker, John Carpino, and Fabrizio Ricci

July 4th


July 5th

Greenville Swamp Rabbits: re-sign J.C. Brassard

Idaho Steelheads: re-sign Eric Sweetman

Maine Mariners: sign Dallas Rossiter

South Carolina Stingrays: re-sign Cameron Heath

Worcester Railers: re-sign Kyle McKenzie

July 6th/7th


Some more ECHL news:

  • The Greenville Swamp Rabbits are now the affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes.
  • Brampton Beast are now searching for a new head coach due to their coach, Collin Chaulk, accepting an assistant coach job with the Belleville Senators (AHL)
  • Reading Royals announce Nick Luuko as assistant coach.

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