Aces Release Redmann, Haar; Sign Barney
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA - The Alaska Aces have announced that goaltender Troy Redmann and defenseman Garrett Haar have been released and forward Ben Lake was placed on the 21 day IR.
Aces Coach and President of Hockey Operations Rob Murray made the announcements Thursday.
Redmann has been out of the lineup with an upper body injury but was medically cleared. He appeared in 41 games this season for Alaska, with a 15-20-4 record, 2.74 goals against average, and a save percentage of .906.
Haar has been out of the lineup with an upper body injury but has been medically cleared. He appeared in 44 games this season for the Aces, scoring 2 goals with 12 assists for 14 points and 26 penalty minutes.
Lake has a lower body injury.
The Aces take on Colorado Friday and Saturday at the Sullivan Arena in the last two games of the season.
For tickets, stop by the Aces ticket office at 15th and Gambell weekdaqys 9am to 5pm, Saturday noon to 5, or go online at www.alaskaaces.com.
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