Checkers Sign Bowman to AHL DealOctober 2, 2012 - American Hockey League (AHL) Charlotte Checkers
Bowman, 23, split the season between the Checkers and Carolina Hurricanes, setting NHL career highs in games played (37), goals (6), assists (7) and points (13). He also added 13 goals and 13 assists (26 points) in 42 AHL games with Charlotte.
The Littleton, Colo. native has 16 points (8g, 8a) in 69 career NHL games with Carolina and 88 points (42g, 46a) in 149 career AHL games with Albany and Charlotte. Bowman, a third-round pick (72nd overall) of the Hurricanes in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, played junior hockey for Spokane of the Western Hockey League (WHL) prior to turning professional, where he notched 242 points (130g, 112a) in 265 games and helped the Chiefs capture the 2008 Memorial Cup championship.
The Checkers' home opener is set for Sunday, Nov. 4 at 3 p.m. Tickets are available at the Time Warner Cable Arena box office and www.ticketmaster.com. Season tickets and mini plans for 2012-13 are now available and start as low as $10/ticket. For more information, visit www.gocheckers.com or call 704-342-4423.
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