NORTH CHARLESTON, SC -
The South Carolina Stingrays announced today that the team has received defenseman Cameron Brodie and future considerations from the Stockton Thunder in exchange for forward Shawn Weller.
The team also announced that Hunter Bishop has signed a pro tryout deal with Rochester of the AHL.
Brodie, 24, skated in 30 games with Stockton this season netting one goal and six assists for seven points. In three ECHL seasons, all with Stockton, the White Rock, British Columbia, native totaled 26 points (three goals, 23 assists) over 142 contests. Prior to turning pro, Brodie attended the University of British Columbia for one season registering three points (two goals, one assist) in 12 games.
Weller, 26, dressed in 24 games with the Stingrays grabbing seven goals and eight assists for 15 points.
Bishop, 25, has appeared in
38 games for South Carolina
this season, recording 34 points (16+18) and 18 penalty minutes to tie for the
team-lead in scoring. He has also played in three AHL games this season
with the Lake Erie Monsters. In 2010-11, the native of Fairbanks, Alaska,
appeared in 34 AHL games with the Hamilton Bulldogs, collecting eight points
(4+4) and 10 penalty minutes, and also played nine games with the ECHL's
Wheeling Nailers. Prior to making his professional debut with Hamilton in
2009-10, when he recorded five points (2+3) in nine games with the Bulldogs,
the 6-foot, 190-pound Bishop played two seasons at Ohio State University.