Gladiators Acquire Defenseman Brayden Crowder
March 17, 2023 - ECHL (ECHL) - Atlanta Gladiators News Release
DULUTH, GA - The Atlanta Gladiators, proud affiliate of the Arizona Coyotes, have announced today that the team has acquired defenseman Brayden (Bray) Crowder, from the Cincinnati Cyclones, in exchange for future considerations.
Crowder, 24, is amidst his first season in the ECHL, spending time previously this season with the Wichita Thunder and Cincinnati Cyclones. In 29 combined games with the two aforementioned teams, the 6'6 blue liner posted six points (1 goal, 5 assists).
The Sudbury, Ontario native played his collegiate hockey at the University of Miami (Ohio), where he skated in 95 games across four seasons (2018-2022).
Atlanta begins a three game road trip tonight, visiting the Reading Royals for the first time this season. Fans can catch Gladiators games on Flo Hockey, and MixLR.
The Gladiators will return home to Gas South Arena to battle the Maine Mariners, on Friday, March 24th, for Marvel Super Hero Night. Single game tickets are on sale HERE. For season plans, groups and corporate partnerships, please call the Gladiators at 770-497-5100 or visit atlantagladiators.com.
2022-23 Season Tickets are now available! For information on single game tickets, playoff packages, and group tickets for 2022-23, visit HERE, or call the Gladiators front office at 770-497-5100.
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