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Bordeleau reassigned to Blades, then recalled back to AHL's Milwaukee Admirals

April 6, 2009 - ECHL (ECHL) - Florida Everblades News Release

ESTERO, FL - Florida Everblades president and general manager Craig Brush along with head coach Malcolm Cameron announced today that forward Patrick Bordeleau was reassigned to the Everblades by the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League then recalled to the AHL's Milwaukee Admirals.

For Bordeleau the call-up to the Milwaukee is his fifth trip to the AHL this season after previously spending time in Albany and Springfield as well. Combined Bordeleau has played in 13 games during which he has collected three assists and 35 penalty minutes.

The 23-year-old heads to Milwaukee having picked up 13 points (4g, 9a) and 81 PIM in 29 games with the Everblades this season. The Montreal, Quebec native began this season with the Augusta Lynx where he played in 18 games, notching 10 points (4g, 6a) before the club ceased operations.

In separate transactions, the Everblades today release rookie forward Mike Reich and defenseman Drew Paris from their amateur tryout contracts. Reich played four games with the Everblades scoring his first pro goal on March 28 as his lone point and registering 18 penalty minutes. Paris also played in four games with the Everblades picking up two assists.

BEWARE OF THE BITE! Action You Can Sink Your Teeth Into! Individual tickets to Kelly Cup Playoff games "A" & "B" on April 10 & 11 are on sale now! Visit the Germain Arena Box Office M-F from 10-6 to purchase tickets, or order online at Visit and or call 239-948-PUCK for more information on group ticket packages, pricing and upcoming Germain Arena events.

The Everblades return to action on Friday, April 10 when they host the Gwinnett Gladiators at 7:30 p.m. in Game 1 of the South Division semi-finals from Germain Arena.

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