Comets & Canucks In Action For Up Coming Season
Utica Comets General Manager Ryan Johnson announced forward Brendan Bradley has been signed to a one year contract.
Bradley appeared in 72 games last season with the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL. Bradley also played with the Syracuse Crunch and played in seven postseason games with Syracuse.
Prior to turning pro, the Richboro, Penn native played four seasons at the University of Vermont, registering 85 points 147 games and was named the captain in his final season with the Catamounts.
Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced that the club has signed forward Darren Archibald to a one year, two-way deal. "Darren is a big physical forward who has been a good Professional throughout his career," said Benning. "He brings a terrific work ethic that our younger players can follow and we're excited to have him back for next year."
ArchibaldArchibald has pulled double duty in the past splitting his time with the Canucks and the Utica Comets. Archibald has appeared in 43 career NHL games collecting 12 points and 14 penalties.
A native of Newmarket, Ontario, Archibald originally signed as a free agent by Vancouver in 2013.