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Mavericks Acquire Scott Howes ahead of ECHL Trade Deadline

March 10, 2016 - ECHL (ECHL) - Kansas City Mavericks News Release

INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI - The Missouri Mavericks announced Thursday afternoon that the team has acquired left wing Scott Howes from the Brampton Beast in exchange for future considerations. The trade took place ahead of the 2016 ECHL Trade Deadline.

Howes, 28, appeared in thirty-three games for the Beast this season, notching 13 goals and 11 assists through those contests. The Toronto, Ontario native has significant experience in the ECHL and AHL, including post-season success-winning the 2011 Kelly Cup Championship with the Alaska Aces. Howes was also named the 2011 ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs MVP, scoring 19 points (7G,12A) through the Aces' twelve-game post-season championship campaign.

Scott Howes, Brampton Beast 2015-15 (Photo Credit: John Warren/Brampton Beast)

The Mavericks play their next home game on Friday, Mar. 11 against the Tulsa Oilers at 7:05p.m. The game will be broadcast live on KSMO-TV as part of the Mavericks "Friday Night Ice" series-presented by Tickets For Less.

Friday night is Military Appreciation Night at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena. The Mavs will be wearing special military-themed jerseys which will be auctioned-off directly after the game in sections 101 and 102, with proceeds benefitting Folds of Honor.

All military personnel (active and non-active) are entitled to a $5 discount on any ticket in the arena (excluding loge and suite level), for the Mavericks game on Friday, Mar. 11. Must present military ID to redeem, available at the arena box office only, limit 5 tickets per ID.

Tickets for all Missouri Mavericks home games are available online at and in-person at the arena box office.

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Scott Howes with the Brampton Beast
Scott Howes with the Brampton Beast


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