Brosseau spearheads RiverDogs' win
Veteran right wing scores two goals in victory over Jackals
BY JERRY LINDQUIST
TIMES-DISPATCH STAFF WRITER Mar 31, 2005
R'DOGS 4 ELMIRA 3
David Brosseau thought he was going to be playing with the AHL
Bridgeport Sound Tigers in Norfolk last night. But, for reasons he's
not entirely sure of, they decided to renege on a call-up from the
UHL Richmond RiverDogs.
The veteran right wing said it was no big deal, being wanted one day
and unwanted the next. To prove it, he scored a pair of goals as
the 'Dogs edged the Elmira Jackals 4-3 at the Richmond Coliseum.
"I went golfing [Tuesday] with my dad. I got back and had a message
from New York, saying they were signing two college kids, and their
roster was full," Brosseau said. "Originally, I said I was only going
[last night] to see how it goes -- and go from there."
The Sound Tigers wanted both Brosseau and line mate David Hymovitz
through the weekend, maybe longer. Hymovitz, third in UHL scoring,
declined. Three points from the lead going into last night's games,
he assisted on both of Brosseau's goals coming the final 4:58 of the