Wolves Release Chiarot
The Chicago Wolves have released defenseman BEN CHIAROT (SHA-ROT) from his Amateur Tryout Contract (ATO).
The 18-year-old defenseman made his professional debut with Chicago on April 10 and accrued four penalty minutes in one game.
The Hamilton, Ontario, native split the regular season between the Guelph Storm (OHL) and the Sudbury Wolves (OHL), registering career-highs with eight goals, 13 assists, 21 points in 67 contests before being signed to an ATO on April 5. He also collected a career-most 167 penalty minutes, which ranked fifth in the OHL.
Overall, CHIAROT has recorded 10 goals, 33 points and 292 penalty minutes in 165 career OHL games with Guelph and Sudbury, spanning three seasons (2007-10).
The Wolves will face off against the Texas Stars in the West Division Final starting with Game 1 at the Allstate Arena on Fri., April 30, at 7:30 p.m. For more information, or to purchase tickets, call 1-800-THE-WOLVES or visit chicagowolves.com.
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