JOHNSTOWN, Pa. – The Johnstown Chiefs announced that they have agreed to terms with left wing Randy Rowe.
Johnstown celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2007-08 and is the only one of the five original ECHL teams that still plays in the same city as they did in 1988-89. The Chiefs are hosting the Wheeling Nailers in a special Opening Day game, which will be the only game being played in the ECHL on Oct. 18.
The 27 year old tied for second on the Chiefs in 2006-07 with 38 points (15g-23a) in 34 games while also playing in the American Hockey League where he had three points (2g-1a) in 17 games with Springfield.
The 6-foot and 195-pound Rowe has played in the ECHL each of his first six seasons and has 284 points (136g-148a) in 327 regular season games and five points (3g-2a) in 14 games in the Kelly Cup Playoffs with Johnstown and Peoria.