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Gulls announce training camp roster

October 7, 2005 - ECHL (ECHL) - San Diego Gulls News Release

SAN DIEGO - The San Diego Gulls, who began workouts on Friday, announced their training camp roster for the 2005-06 season. Some 25 players were invited to camp, which includes 13 forwards, 10 defensemen and two goaltenders.

San Diego has six players returning from last season's squad: Guillaume Fournier, Darren Clark, Grady Moore, Jonathon Shockey, Nikita Korovkin and Chet Ferreira.

The Gulls have five players in camp who were assigned by the Colorado Avalanche: Tyler Weiman, Tom Lawson, Frantisek Skladany, Tomas Slovak and David Svagrovsky. San Diego named Colorado its NHL affiliate on Sept. 1.

Rookie defenseman Mitch Love, who signed with the Gulls earlier in the offseason, is currently with the American Hockey League's Lowell Lock Monsters.

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Tom Lawson (goaltender)

Tyler Weiman (goaltender)

Chet Ferreira (defenseman - rookie)

Nikita Korovkin (defenseman)

Mitch Love (defenseman - rookie)

Michael Mendres (defenseman - rookie)

Grady Moore (defenseman)

Matt Schultz (defenseman - rookie)

Jonathon Shockey (defenseman - veteran)

Justin Silver (defenseman - rookie)

Tomas Slovak (defenseman)

Andy Thompson (defenseman - rookie)

Jesse Bennefield (right wing - rookie)

Guillaume Fournier (right wing)

Jade Galbraith (right wing)

Martin Mandeville (right wing - rookie)

David Svagrovsky (right wing)

Frantisek Skladany (left wing)

Sean Starke (left wing)

Brad Wanchulak (left wing - rookie)

Darren Clark (center - veteran)

Steve Hildenbrand (center)

Alex Rogosheske (center - rookie)

Pierre-Luc Sleigher (center)

Nick Range (forward - rookie)

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