Saturday, June 3, 2017

Ex Vipers Defenceman Weinstein Returns To East Coast Hockey League:

Former Vernon Vipers defenceman Steve Weinstein has returned to the  East Coast Hockey League South Carolina Stingrays.

No official press release from the Stingrays, but Weinstein is back on the Stingrays roster-lineup. Weinstein and the Stingrays are down 0-2 in the Kelly Cup Finals vs the Colorado Eagles. Game 3 goes Sunday in South Carolina.

Weinstein is in his first season with South Carolina, started the season with the Stingrays before being signed to a professional tryout agreement with the American Hockey League (AHL) Hershey Bears January 19 2017. Weinstein collected two assists in five games with Hershey before returning to South Carolina. In 43 games this season with the Stingrays Weinstein has (4-goals-21-assists-25-points).

After four seasons at Bentley University (2011-2015) Weinstein has spent the past two seasons playing in the American Hockey League & East Coast Hockey League with four different teams. Weinstein spent the 2015-16 season with the East Coast Hockey League Cincinnati Cyclones and the American Hockey League Lake Erie Monsters. This season Weinstein has played with the East Coast Hockey League South Carolina Stingrays.

Weinstein played three seasons in Vernon (2008-2011) in 153 regular season games with the Vipers collected (10-goals-49-assists-59-points).

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