Storm’s Jackson Recalled To Grand Rapids,
Magowan Signed By Phantoms

TOLEDO, Ohio – The Toledo Storm announced that forward Todd Jackson has been recalled to the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League and that forward Ken Magowan has signed a player tryout agreement with the Philadelphia Phantoms of the AHL.

The Storm is the ECHL affiliate of the Griffins and the Cleveland Barons of the AHL and the Detroit Red Wings and the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League.

Jackson has a four-game scoring streak (2g-6a) and in the last six games he has 11 points (3g-8a) and each of the goals has been the game winner, tying him for the league lead. In his second professional season, Jackson (6g-10a) is tied with Magowan (9g-7a) for second on the team and for fifth in the league with 16 points. The 24-year-old Magowan leads the league with six power-play goals and is tied for second in the league with nine goals.

Selected in the eighth round (251st overall) by Detroit in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, the 24-year-old Jackson had 25 points (12g-13a) in 35 regular season games and played four Kelly Cup Playoff games for Toledo as a rookie in 2004-05 while also picking up two assists in 30 games with Grand Rapids.

Selected in the seventh round (198th overall) by New Jersey in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, the 24-year-old Magowan, who attended training camp with Grand Rapids, had 49 points (21g-28a) and 107 penalty minutes in 69 games with Augusta in his first full professional season in 2004-05, earning a selection to the ECHL All-Star Game. He also played four games in the AHL with Albany scoring four points (2g-2a).

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