Rampage Sign Jed Ortmeyer to PTOOctober 29, 2010 - American Hockey League (AHL) San Antonio Rampage
Ortmeyer, 32, is a seven-year veteran and has appeared in 306 National Hockey League (NHL) games and 137 AHL games. Last season he skated in 76 games with the San Jose Sharks (NHL) and collected eight goals and 11 assists.
The Omaha, Neb. native has totaled 20 goals and 44 assists in 137 AHL games with Hartford and Milwaukee. Ortmeyer recorded 21 goals and 30 assists in 306 NHL games with San Jose, Nashville and the New York Rangers.
The 6-foot-0, 190-pound forward has appeared in 33 AHL playoff games tallying six goals and nine assists. He has also appeared in 17 NHL playoff games recording a goal and an assist.
Ortmeyer attended the University of Michigan (CCHA) and skated in 145 career games collecting 117 points (51 goals, 66 assists) over the course of four seasons (1999-2003).
His older brother Jake appeared in one game with the Rampage during the 2006-07 season making them the second brother combo to play for the Rampage.
The Rampage host the Houston Aeros tonight at 7 p.m. at the AT&T Center. Tonight is a KISS Rocks $1 Drink Night in which fans can purchase fountain soda and draft beer for only $1. Individual tickets start at $10 and can be purchased online at sarampage.com, at the AT&T Center Southeast Box Office or by calling a Rampage sales representative at (210) 444-5554.
American Hockey League Stories from October 29, 2010
- B-Sens Beat Checkers On Butler's OT Goal - Binghamton Senators
- Monsters Return Home, Give Up Five Straight Goals In Loss - Lake Erie Monsters
- Aeros Fall 5-2 at San Antonio - Houston Aeros
- Rampage Best In AHL After 5-2 Win Over Houston - San Antonio Rampage
- Griffins' Rallies Fall Short in 5-4 Shootout Loss - Grand Rapids Griffins
- Falcons slip past Wolf Pack in OT - Connecticut Whale
- Crunch Upended in Overtime by Hershey, 4-3 - Syracuse Crunch
- Phantoms Drop Hard-Fought Decision - Adirondack Phantoms
- Falcons Beat Wolf Pack in OT 2-1 - Springfield Falcons
- Bears Slip by Syracuse 4-3 in Overtime - Hershey Bears
- Admirals Drop Seesaw Battle with Pirates in Shootout - Norfolk Admirals
- Monarchs Spooked in Overtime - Manchester Monarchs
- Sens Spoil Charlotte Comeback with 4-3 OT Win - Charlotte Checkers
- Third Period Heroics Propels Amerks Past Sharks in 4-3 Win - Rochester Americans
- Sharks Get Stunned at Home - Worcester Sharks
- Sound Tigers Prevail in Overtime 3-2 - Bridgeport Sound Tigers
- P-Bruins Edged by Devils 3-2 - Providence Bruins
- Third Period Heroics Give Devils 3-2 Win - Albany Devils
- Pirates Outlast Admirals for Shootout Victory - Portland Pirates
- Moose Win a Wild One 6-3 in Lake Erie - Manitoba Moose
- Bulldogs Down Marlies with 2-1 Win - Hamilton Bulldogs
- Monarchs Name Cliche Captain - Manchester Monarchs
- Rampage Sign Jed Ortmeyer to PTO - San Antonio Rampage
- Pens Lend a Hand in November - Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
- Griffins Welcome Moose and Wolves Next Weekend - Grand Rapids Griffins
- Anaheim Ducks Recall Left Wing Josh Green - Syracuse Crunch
- Captain's Causes Will Raise Awareness for Non-Profits - Peoria Rivermen
- Blackhawks Recall Ben Smith from Rockford - Rockford IceHogs
- Lightning Assign Defenseman Mike Vernace to Admirals - Norfolk Admirals
- Admirals Fall Puck Crawl Postponed - Norfolk Admirals
- Albany Devils Sign Leaderer to PTO Contract - Albany Devils
- Aeros at Rampage Tonight - Houston Aeros
- Kings Announce Player Transaction - Manchester Monarchs
- Klasen Recalled by Nashville - Milwaukee Admirals
- AHL Quick Hits - AHL
- Game Notes for October 29 - Oklahoma City Barons
- Brian McGrattan Assigned to P-Bruins for Conditioning - Providence Bruins
- Amerks to 'Salute the Troops' on Sunday, November 7th - Rochester Americans
- Rob Schremp Assigned to Sound Tigers on Conditioning Stint - Bridgeport Sound Tigers
- Griffins Host Barons and Moose this Weekend - Grand Rapids Griffins
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