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Goaltender Tyler Brennan reassigned to Adirondack

The New Jersey Devils announced on Monday that they have reassigned goaltender Tyler Brennan to the Adirondack Thunder from the Utica Comets.

Goaltender Tyler Brennan’s one-week stay with the Utica Comets has ended, as he has been reassigned to the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL the New Jersey Devils announced on Monday.

Brennan started this season with the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL and was called up to Utica of the AHL on November 13th. It was Brennan’s first career stint in the American Hockey League. Brennan did not get any playing time with Utica, although he did serve as the backup to Erik Källgren for the Comet’s November 17th game at Springfield.

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The twenty-year-old Brennan has played two games for the Thunder this season He has a record of 0-1-0, with a GAA of 5.81 and a 0.818 save percentage. This is his first season of professional hockey.

Brennan was drafted in the fourth round of the 2022 NHL Entry Draft. Prior to being drafted by the Devils, he played five seasons for the Prince George Cougars of the WHL.

The Utica Comets return to action on Wednesday night when they host the Syracuse Crunch at the Adirondack Bank Center. For more information about the Comets, including schedules and ticketing, visit https://uticacomets.com.

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