RoadRunners Acquire Chase Trull From Mississippi
PHOENIX, Ariz. - The Phoenix RoadRunners of the ECHL, a proud affiliate of the San Jose Sharks and the Worcester Sharks, announced today the acquisition of forward Chase Trull from the Mississippi Sea Wolves in exchange for future considerations.
Trull, 24, returns to the RoadRunners for a second stint after collecting three goals and 11 points in 33 games this season with the Sea Wolves. The Rockwood, Ontario native and third-year professional signed as a free agent with the RoadRunners on March 22, 2006 upon completion of his collegiate career at St. Lawrence University. Trull appeared in seven games with the RoadRunners and tallied his first professional goal in the final game of the club's inaugural season on April 8, 2006 at Las Vegas.
Trull has skated in nine games this season in the American Hockey League with the Philadelphia Phantoms and Portland Pirates and has one goal, one assist, and five penalty minutes to his credit. He has registered totals of 13 goals, 29 assists, 42 points, and 277 penalty minutes in 192 career games.
Trull is expected to be in the RoadRunners' line-up Saturday at Alaska.
The RoadRunners continue a five-game trip and a stretch of 12 out of their final 15 games on the road at 8:15 p.m. Friday with the second of four games in five nights against the Alaska Aces at Sullivan Arena in Anchorage. Catch all the action live on Independent 1310 KXAM beginning with "RoadRunners Countdown" at 8:00 p.m.
Phoenix returns to US Airways Center at 7:05 p.m. Thursday, March 19 when they open a two-game series against the Alaska Aces.
Great seats are still available beginning as low as $8 and can be purchased by calling Ticketmaster at (480) 784-4444, purchasing online at ticketmaster.com or visiting the US Airways Center Box Office. Information on season tickets, half-season packages, and flex plans for the 2008-09 season of Phoenix RoadRunners Hockey are available by calling (602) 462-GOAL.
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