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Thunder Acquire Patch Alber from Missouri

October 22, 2015 - ECHL (ECHL) - Adirondack Thunder News Release

Glens Falls, NY - The Adirondack Thunder, proud ECHL affiliate of the Calgary Flames, announced today that they have acquired defenseman and Clifton Park, NY native Patch Alber.

Alber, 26, joins the Thunder with two seasons of ECHL experience with the Elmira Jackals and most recently the Missouri Mavericks. Alber played with the Jackals from 2013-14 and tallied 24 points (6-18-24) over 84 games before he was traded to the Mavericks last season. With Missouri, Alber appeared in 56 games and amassed 26 points (1-25-26).

Prior to his ECHL career, Alber played four seasons for Boston College where he helped the Eagles win National Championships in 2010 and 2012, as well as three Hockey East Championships (2010, 2011, 2012). Before his collegiate career, Alber spent two seasons playing Junior Hockey with the Boston Jr. Bruins of the EJHL. Alber also played two seasons in the Capital District High School Hockey League (CDHSHL) for the Shenendehowa Plainsmen, with whom he tallied 37 points (11-26-37) over 56 games.

Full season, partial season, flex and group ticket plans are now available to renew or purchase for the Adirondack Thunder's inaugural 2015-16 season, presented by Bud Light. The benefits of being a Thunder season ticket holder include a savings of 27 to 42 percent off box office pricing. All full season, 22 game and 12 game Thunder season ticket holders are entitled to unlimited unused ticket exchange, playoff ticket priority and the ability to buy tickets all season long at the discounted season ticket price

To purchase tickets, contact the Adirondack Thunder front office at 518-480-3355 x1, visit tickets or stop by the Adirondack Thunder front offices, located at the Glens Falls Civic Center.

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