Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Beast Trade Viper Alumni McGregor To Norfolk:

The American Hockey League (AHL) Brampton Beast have traded former Vernon Vipers forward Bryan McGregor to the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) Norfolk Admirals.

McGregor signed with Brampton September 24th 2015 was in his first season with the Beast played in 18 games collected (2-goals-3-assists-5-points).

McGregor played last season with Piráti Chomutov. In 44 games McGregor picked up (16-goals-14-assists-30-points). Piráti Chomutov is a Czech ice hockey team from Chomutov, Czech Republic.  The team was established in 1945 play in the Czech Extraliga, the top-level league in the Czech Republic.

After four years at Minnesota-Duluth McGregor went on to play three years in the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) with Pensacola, Johnstown & Idaho before having a short stint with the American Hockey League (AHL) Binghamton Senators. McGregor has spent the past six seasons playing overseas in six different leagues with seven different teams (Sport, HC Trinec, HC Innsbruck, Beibarys Atyrau, Rungsted, Szekesfehervar & Piráti Chomutov).  

McGregor played parts of one season in Vernon (2002-2003) after coming over in a trade with the Cowichan Valley Capitals for forward Josh Ciocco. In 32 games with the Vipers McGregor collected (21-goals-26-assists-47-points).

Bryan McGregor's Player Profile:


This is posted on the Jackalscentral.com website:

Admirals Get Forward Bryan McGregor from Brampton

Posted December 18, 2015  by  Kevin Jordan

The Norfolk Admirals announce today that the club has acquired forward Bryan McGregor from the Brampton Beast for future considerations.

McGregor, 31, has two goals and three assists in 18 games with Brampton this season.

The 6-foot, 207-pound attacker scored 54 goals and 65 assists for 119 points in 147 career ECHL games with Pensacola, Johnstown, Idaho, and Brampton. The Niagara Falls, ON native played four seasons at the University of Minnesota-Duluth from 2003-07 and made his professional debut with Pensacola in the 2007-08 season. Read more at norfolkadmirals.com

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