Providence Swaps With Stingrays

Today the Providence Bruins announced that they have reassigned forward Justin Courtnall to the South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL).  He was called up on the 23 of November and suited up for one game.  The forward has yet to record any points in the five games he has played with the Stingrays and just 20 penalty minutes.  He finished his collegiate career at Boston University with a total of 13 points and 104 penalty minutes.

The Bruins swapped Courtnall for Tyler Randell, a sixth round 2009 draft pick.  In 19 games with the Stingrays this season he has registered 2 goals and 1 assists for 3 points and 36 penalty minutes.  He made his AHL debut with Providence last season appearing in 30 games scoring twice and logging in 45 penalty minutes before being reassigned to the Kitchena Rangers of the OHL.

The Providence Bruins take on the Manchester Monarchs at home at the Dunkin Donuts Arena Friday night where Randell is hoping to make his debut of the season.  Face off is at 7:05pm and can be seen/heard on AHL Live.

Topics: AHL, Providence Bruins

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