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Otters Make First Camp Cuts

      Erie, Pa. – The Erie Otters Hockey Club of the Ontario Hockey League have made their first cuts to their training camp roster. In total, 14 players were trimmed from the original training camp roster.

 

      Of the players cut, seven came from the Otters 2013 Priority Selection,

including: Patrick Fellows, TJ Fergus, Owen Headrick, Trayvon Henry, Sean Kohler, Frank Pucci, and Jack Scanlan. These players were reassigned back to their individual teams.

 

      The other seven players cut were invited free agents and have been released outright. This group includes: Brady Allen, Mathew Bell, Anton Bura, Teilen Celentano, Brett Dykstra, Arun Kumar, and Alex Row.

 

     The remaining players will continue with the training camp schedule after being divided into two teams.

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