Providence Bruins, entering their 21st season in the American
Hockey League, announced today that the club has released seven players
from training camp.
Forwards Matthew Pistilli, Alden Hirschfeld and Justin Courtnall leave Providence after appearing in two preseason games for the P-Bruins on Wednesday and Friday. Pistilli, who was at camp on a PTO, will report to the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL. Hirschfeld and Courtnall, who signed AHL contracts with Providence over the summer, will also report to South Carolina.
The club also released three defensemen. Art Bidlevskii, Ryan Lowery and Damon Kipp have all been released from their tryout agreements and will join Pistilli, Hirschfeld and Courtnall in South Carolina.
Goaltender Shawn Hunwick, a late invite to Providence's training camp roster, has also been released from his tryout agreement and will report to South Carolina.
Providence's training camp roster is now comprised of 28 players, including 16 forwards, nine defensemen and three goaltenders.