The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles would like to congratulate the club's athletic therapist, Daniel Chammas, on accepting a position as assistant athletic therapist with the Montreal Alouettes.
"I loved my time in Cape Breton. The Screaming Eagles organization treated me like family since day one. I am grateful for the opportunity they gave me," said Chammas regarding his year spent with Cape Breton. Chammas, who worked with the Screaming Eagles during the 2016-17 season, will now return to his home city to work in the professional ranks of the Canadian Football League. "Once an Eagle, always an Eagle," Chammas added.
"Daniel is a young and promising athletic therapist and there's one word to qualify his work with our team last season: professional" said Screaming Eagles general manager and head coach Marc-André Dumont about the team's outgoing therapist. "He can look forward to a very successful career and we can just hope to replace him with someone as qualified and dedicated as he is."
For all off-season Screaming Eagles news, fans are advised to stay tuned to the team on its various social media platforms as well as the official Screaming Eagles website at capebretoneagles.com. Cape Breton is now looking towards the annual QMJHL session and entry draft, to be held in Saint John, New Brunswick, from May 31st to June 3rd.