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Flames add forward Glover

Photo: Bob Frid

Guildford Flamrs have added forward Austin Glover to their roster for this season.

Glover, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, spent last season with Anglet in the French league, racking up 22 points in 33 games. The 27-year-old comes in as an Injured Reserve replacement for Kobe Walker. 

"It’s unfortunate that Kobe was not able to get into the lineup because of an issue very early in training camp so he has had to be moved to the IR so we can open up that roster spot for someone else who can be on active duty," explained Head Coach Paul Dixon.

"Austin looks like a solid player who can play a two-way game and handle responsibility in all areas of the ice and all facets of the game.

"He has some size, can play a physical game and has a track record for some offensive production as well.

"We are working as quickly as possible to get his visa in place, and we are hoping he can be with us in time for the weekend games on 21 and 22 October.”

Earlier this week, the Flames confirmed the release of forward Anthony Petruzzelli.

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