Thunder re-sign Flath, add Darrigo and Bradshaw

Wichita, Kan. – The Wichita Thunder announced that the team has agreed to terms with forward RG Flath, defenseman Andrew Darrigo and forward Cullen Bradshaw for the 2015-16 season.

Flath returns for his fifth season in Wichita and his ninth as a pro. A native of Park City, Utah, the 30-year-old has appeared in 236 games in a Thunder sweater. He ranks seventh on the team’s all-time leaderboard for goals (87) and third in plus/minus (+47). In 479 career games, he has tallied 319 points (154g-165a) to go along with 655 penalty minutes as a professional. Flath has recorded 30 or more points in four-straight seasons.

Darrigo, 23, split time last season between the Brampton Beast and the Missouri Mavericks. A native of Georgetown, Ontario, he will begin his third year as a pro and first in Wichita. Darrigo has racked up 244 penalty minutes in just 90 games as a pro including last year where he finished with 124 penalty minnutes in just 41 games.

Bradshaw, 25, enters his rookie season after completing a four-year career at St. Norbert College. A native of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Bradshaw recorded 131 points (47g-84a) in 120 career games for the Green Knights. His best season came in 2013-14, when he recorded 42 points (15g-27a) in 32 games and won a National Championship.