Barracuda Sign Forward Trevor Parkes
SAN JOSE - The San Jose Barracuda (@SJBarracuda) presented by Barracuda Networks and Barracuda General Manager Joe Will officially announced today that the team has signed forward Trevor Parkes (@Tparkes19) to an AHL contract for the 2015-16 season.
The 24-year-old Parkes recorded nine points (3-6=9) and 14 penalty minutes in 20 games with Worcester of the American Hockey League (AHL) last season. Parkes finished with a +8 rating and fired 30 shots on goal in an injury-shortened season in Worcester.
In 136 career AHL games with Grand Rapids and Worcester, Parkes has amassed 35 points (14-21=35) and 99 penalty minutes. In addition Parkes has added 101 points (50-51=101) in 89 ECHL games with Toledo and Greenville.
Before turning pro, the six-foot-two, 200-pound native of Fort Erie, Ontario played two seasons for the Montreal Juniors of the QMJHL (2009-11) where he compiled 109 points (60-49=109) in 126 games.
The San Jose Barracuda home opener is set to take place at the SAP Center at San Jose on October 9, 2015. Score season tickets today by calling 408-977-4747 or by visiting www.SJBarracuda.com.
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