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Road Warriors receive three from Hartford


Greenville, S.C. – The
Greenville Road Warriors announced that forwards Andrew Rowe and Michael Kantor as well as goaltender Jeff Malcolm have been assigned to Greenville by the team’s AHL affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack.

Rowe rejoins the Road Warriors after being called up following the opening weekend of the season. In three games with Hartford, Rowe recorded a goal and an assist. In the opening weekend with the Road Warriors, Rowe tallied three goals and an assist in two games.

Kantor started this season with the Wolf Pack, playing in four games. Prior to his professional career, the Lake Forest, Ill. native played four seasons in the Ontario Hockey League with Saginaw, Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury. He enjoyed his best junior season with Sudbury in 2012-13, tallying 33 points (20g-13a) in 56 games.

Malcolm returns to Greenville having spent part of training camp with the Road Warriors. Midway through camp, Malcolm was called up to the Wolf Pack to replace former Road Warriors netminder, Cam Talbot, who was called up to the New York Rangers. Malcolm suffered a loss in his lone appearance with Hartford.