August 29, 2017

Off-season Veteran Moves

During the off-season, the Tomahawks made two player trades and parted ways with two other players. This has come to light now that training camp for the upcoming season has started.

The players that were traded:

Evan Somoza to Odessa.

Last year the Tomahawks acquired Somoza from the Northeast Generals. In 21 games for the Tomahawks, Somoza had 13 points.

Joshua Biasillo to Springfield.

Last year Biasillo played in 56 games and had 15 points. He was the only full time player for the Tomahawks that had single digit penalty minutes; 6.

The Tomahawks also parted ways with Forwards Josh Norman and Riley Doyon. Both players have joined Springfield of the NAHL as well.

Norman appeared in 42 games and scored 12 points.

Doyan, the younger brother of former Tomahawks, Drew Doyon, played in 28 games and posted 12 points.

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