August 28, 2012

SAINT JOHN – The Saint John Sea Dogs for the 2012-2013 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League have been selected. The team’s main training camp begins on Tuesday, Sept. 4 and the following players will be reporting for camp:

3 D Olivier LeBlanc
4 D Ryan Kelly
5 D Benjamin Hade
7 F Jakub Izacky
8 D David Weckworth
9 F Stephen MacAulay
10 F Marcus Cuomo
11 F Jonathan Huberdeau
12 F Devon Oliver-Dares
14 F Jason Cameron
15 F Matthew Highmore
16 F Andreas Tsogkas
18 F Spencer Smallman
19 F Ryan Tesink
21 D Kevin Gagne
22 F Aidan Kelly
23 D Pierre Durepos
24 F MacKenzie Brown
25 D Michael Mastrangelo
26 F Noah Zilbert
27 F Oliver Cooper
28 D Jurij Repe
30 G Alex Fournier
33 G Sebastien Auger
37 F Stephen Anderson

Twelve players made the cut from rookie camp this year and will suit up for the Sea Dogs in September. Three of those players, Oliver Cooper, Sebastien Auger and Devon Oliver-Dares, saw significant time with the Sea Dogs during the team’s second President Cup-winning season.

Another familiar player, MacKenzie Brown, had three points in two preseason games for the Dogs. His two goals were both tallied with the man advantage. Brown played 13 games with the Sea Dogs in the 2011-12 season.

The young, new talent on the team will also include Saint John’s top five selections in the 2012 QMJHL entry draft.

Seventh-round selection Marcus Cuomo was the go-to faceoff man for the Sea Dogs and finished with a 72% success rate on the draws while Fredericton native Spencer Smallman had a team-high three assists in two contests.

September 8th will be the first game that fans can see the new faces on the ice at Harbour Station when the Sea Dogs take on the Moncton Wildcats at 7 PM. Tickets are available now from the Harbour Station box office, by calling 506-657-1234 or online at

Fans should keep in mind that season tickets are also available with packages starting at just $301.00. Season tickets and flex packs can be purchased through the Sea Dogs office or by calling (506) 657-DOGS (3647)

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