Daily Dose of the DUB: Zary and Robins sign ELCs, Ferarro has street named after him, and more

Zary signs entry-level contract with Flames

Connor Zary (188GP, 73G, 109A with Kamloops) has signed his entry-level contract with the Calgary Flames. Zary was selected 24th overall by the Flames at the 2020 NHL Draft. Zary is currently representing Team Canada at the IIHF World Junior Championships.

Robins signs ELC with San Jose Sharks

Tristen Robins (134GP, 42G, 57A with Regina and  Saskatoon) has signed his entry-level contract with the San Jose Sharks. Robins was selected in the second round, 56th overall by the Sharks at the 2020 NHL Draft. In the pandemic shortened season, Robins posted 33 goals and 40 assists in 62 games.

Ferraro has a street named after him in Brandon

Ray Ferarro (122GP, 149G, 133A with Portland and Brandon ’82-’84) has had a street named after him in Brandon, MB. The 56-year-old Ferarro still holds the WHL record for most goals in a season with 108 in a 72 game season. Ferarro is now an analyst on TSN covering all things hockey for the network.

Schira signs with Adler Manheim

Craig Schira (340GP, 33G, 124A with Regina and Vancouver ’03-’09) has signed a contract to play in the DEL with Adler Manheim. Schira was playing for HV71 in the SHL, on loan from another SHL team, Rogle BK. In 10 games split between the two SHL clubs, Schira had two goals.

Reddick signs with HK Dukla Trencin

Kruise Reddick (315GP, 91G, 174A with Tri-City ’06-’11) has signed to play with HK Dukla Trencin in Slovakia. This follows three seasons playing for the Guildford Flames of the EIHL. Last season Reddick scored 11 goals and added 30 assists in 46 games with the Flames.

Dow heads overseas

Drydn Dow (222GP, 13G, 50A with Tri-City ’09-’13) has signed with HK Spisska Nova Ves of Slovakia2 after being cut last week by the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL. It is Dow’s third professional season, and he returns to Europe where he had previously played for the Dundee Stars of the EIHL

Reed ends season with Germany3 team

R.J. Reed (6GP, 0G, 0A with Vancouver and Prince Albert ’10-’11) has mutually agreed to terminate his contract with his Germany3 team, EG Diez-Limburg. Through 13 games Reed had scored seven goals and added seven assists.

 

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