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Moore signs with UHL team

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  • PwrCrow
    Moore Volts for ICEMEN Voltera Returns, Moore signs on for 2000-01 season Binghamton, NY- BC ICEMEN General Manager Patrick Snyder announced
    Message 1 of 658 , Aug 7, 2000
      Moore Volts for ICEMEN <br><br>Voltera Returns,
      Moore signs on for 2000-01 season<br><br>Binghamton,
      NY- BC ICEMEN General Manager Patrick Snyder
      announced today that the two-time defending Eastern
      Division champions have re-signed forward Rob Voltera and
      signed high-scoring veteran center Steve Moore for the
      2000-2001 season. Terms of the deals will not be
      forthcoming.<br><br>Moore has averaged 34 goals and 40 assists over his
      five professional seasons. He continued to build a
      reputation as a premier scorer last season when he tallied
      36 goals and 40 assists for the Topeka Scarecrows of
      the Central Hockey League. His goal total was ninth
      in the CHL while his 15 power-play goals set a
      Topeka club record.<br><br>29-year-old Gardiner, Maine
      native set career highs with 38 goals, 59 assists, 97
      points, and 142 penalty minutes during the 1997-98 season
      with the Oklahoma City Blazers (CHL). He played
      college hockey at SUNY-Plattsburgh from
      1992-1994.<br><br>Voltera gave the ICEMEN a physical and scoring presence
      as a rookie last season before succumbing to a
      shoulder injury that ended his season on March 14th. The
      22-year-old resident of Campbell River, BC showed marked
      improvement as he learned the professional game last season.
      After opening the campaign with one goal in his first
      29 games, he scored six in his final 25. Three of
      his seven goals were game-winning
      tallies.<br><br>"Rob became a strong player last year before his
      injury. With experience and good health he can be a
      premier power forward for us," said ICEMEN General
      Manager Patrick Snyder. "Moore is a proven scorer who
      gives us a great trio of centers with Derek Wood and
      Derek Knorr. He�s especially effective on the power
      play."<br><br>Moore and Voltera are the fourth and fifth players
      under contract to the ICEMEN for the 2000-2001 season.
      The others are centers Derek Knorr and Derek Wood,
      and forward Justin Plamondon.
    • PwrCrow
      Crows goaltender Matt Kelly was named the USHL s Defensive Player of the Week. Kelly stopped all 33 shots he faced in regulation and overtime enroute to a
      Message 658 of 658 , Feb 12, 2002
        Crows' goaltender Matt Kelly was named the USHL's
        Defensive Player of the Week. Kelly stopped all 33 shots he
        faced in regulation and overtime enroute to a shutout
        win over the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, 1-0.
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