FALCONS INVITE AHL VETERANS TO TRAINING CAMP
AHL EXPERIENCE MAIN FOCUS AS FALCONS TRAINING CAMP OPENS SOON
“We are expecting a very competitive camp and we will have a number of players that possess valuable AHL experience competing for roster spots,” said Falcons President and General Manager Bruce Landon. “Edmonton has done a very good job this off-season of making sure we will have a strong veteran presence on our roster this season and we are excited to start a very competitive camp in a couple of weeks.”
Henrich started his pro career with the Falcons during the 2004-05 campaign totaling 10 goals and 16 assists for 26 points and 97 penalty minutes in 63 games. The 6-foot-4, 225-pound native of
Armstrong is entering his 16th professional season and has played in 437 AHL contests totaling 58 goals and 211 assists for 269 career points. The
Barrett enters the 2009-10 season having played in a total of 257 career AHL games collecting 73 goals and 96 assists for 169 points. Barrett led the Norfolk Admirals in goals during the 2005-06 campaign when he registered an AHL career best 30 goals and 31 assists for 61 points in 78 games.
Lundbohm is entering his ninth season of pro hockey and is a veteran of 442 career AHL games picking up 56 goals and 109 assists for 165 points. Lundbohm has played for the Milwaukee Admirals, Grand Rapids Griffins and Houston Aeros during his AHL career.