The Mavericks are the ECHL affiliate of the National Hockey League’s Calgary Flames and the American Hockey League’s Stockton Heat.
Breton, 29, was on pace for a record year last season before falling to a leg injury in January and missing the remainder of the year. In 37 games, Breton totaled 21 points (5g-16a). He joined the Mavericks late in the 2016-17 campaign. He began his ECHL career in 2014-15 with the Alaska Aces, skating with the team in each of his first three professional seasons. He also had a brief stop with the Kalamazoo Wings prior to coming to Kansas City.
The Fitchburg, Massachusetts native played for Bentley University for his NCAA career, amassing 65 points (27g-38a) in 140 games. Breton earned one call-up to the AHL, a two-game tenure with the Manitoba Moose in 2015-16.
Freschi, 25, rejoins the Mavericks following his rookie campaign in 2017-18. In his first pro season, he registered 24 points (7g-17a) with a +4 rating in 50 games.
The Bloomington, Minnesota native signed with the Mavericks out of Cornell University, where he received the team’s Cornell Hockey Association Award two times, an honor given annually to the player whose contributions to the team don’t show up in the box score but are in the form of energy, heart and hustle. In 126 career games with the Big Red, Freschi totaled 30 points (9g-21a).