Wolf Pack Transactions
HARTFORD: Hartford Wolf Pack general manager Jim Schoenfeld announced today that the parent New York Rangers have reassigned center Tom Pyatt and goaltender Chris Holt from the Wolf Pack to the Charlotte Checkers of the ECHL, and that the Wolf Pack have released defenseman Jared Nightingale from his Professional Tryout (PTO) agreement. Nightingale also will rejoin the Checkers.
Pyatt, a rookie out of the Ontario Hockey League, has skated in 41 games with the Wolf Pack this season, notching four goals and seven assists for 11 points and a +3 rating, along with six penalty minutes. He was a fourth-round selection (107th overall) by the Rangers in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.
Holt has played in nine games this season for the Wolf Pack and has compiled a 5-3-0 record, with a 2.42 goals-against average and a 90.6% save percentage. In 17 ECHL games with Charlotte, the third-year pro is 8-7-1 with a 2.59 GAA, a 91.9% save percentage and two shutouts.
Nightingale suited up for two games in his first Wolf Pack stint and registered four penalty minutes and an Even plus/minus rating. A former Michigan State Spartan, Nightingale has scored one goal and added eight assists for nine points, while recording 137 penalty minutes, in 50 games with Charlotte.
The Wolf Pack are back in action at the XL Center this Friday night, February 29th, taking on the Norfolk Admirals in a Guida's Family Value Night game, which faces off at 7:00. The Wolf Pack also play at home on Saturday night, which is "Dollar Dog Night". The Manchester Monarchs come to town that evening for a 7:00 start.
Wolf Pack single-game tickets are on sale at the XL Center Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, including Macy's at the Buckland Hills Mall and at the Westfarms Mall. Tickets may also be charged by phone at (860) 525-4500, (203) 744-8100, (203) 624-0033 or (413) 733-2500, and on-line at www.hartfordwolfpack.com. Throughout the 2007-08 Wolf Pack season, kids are always $10. Any seat. Any game.
Wolf Pack season tickets are also on sale now. For information on all of the Wolf Pack's ticketing options, including full-season, five, 10 and 20-game packages, coupon books and group discounts, contact the Wolf Pack Ticket Office at (860) 548-2000.
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