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Brodeur recalled by the Utica Comets

Goaltender Jeremy Brodeur has been reassigned to the Utica Comets from the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL.

The Utica Comets of the American Hockey League have added a third goaltender to its rotation, as they have recalled Jeremy Brodeur from the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL. Armand Klisivitch of Inside the Rink reported the move on Friday night.

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Brodeur’s recall is in the wake of an injury to goaltender Erik Källgren. Ben Birnell of the Rome Sentinel reported that Comet’s head coach Kevin Dineen stated the injury to Källgren is a “week to week” timeline. Utica also has goaltenders Isaac Poulter and Nico Daws on their roster. Daws is coming off of major hip surgery in the offseason and played his first game of the season eight nights ago.

This is Brodeur’s first recall to the American Hockey League this season. In ten games played for the Thunder this season, he has a record of 7-3-0 with a GAA of 2.02, 0.936 save percentage, and one shutout. Brodeur was signed in the offseason as an undrafted free agent.

The Comets next game is today (Saturday) at home against the Syracuse Crunch. After Saturday’s game, they do not play again until Saturday, December 23, 2023, against the Cleveland Monsters. They close out the month with a stretch of three games in four nights beginning on December 27.

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