GWMHL

Teams Get Deeper, Older at Mid-Season Free Agent Draft

In DEL, News, Transactions on February 11, 2012 at 9:58 am

Even by Mid-Season Free Agent Draft standards it was a quiet one, but 11 teams took a chance on 16 veterans as they head into the second half of the season. Winger Jamie McGinn led the way, claimed by the Delta Sturgeon. Only three of our six most surprising pre-season cuts found new teams — Cody Franson, Jason Blake, and Jamie Langenbrunner — while Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in GWMHL history, is still without a home.

Complete 2012 Mid-Season Free Agent Draft results, plus cuts, after the jump:

Round 1
1. Delta – F Jamie McGinn
2. Denver – F Benoit Pouliot
3. Baltimore – D Anton Stralman
4. Ice Harbor – D Cody Franson
5. Winnipeg – F Benn Ferriero
6. San Francisco – pass
7. Pittsburgh – pass
8. South Carolina – F Jason Blake
9. Farmington – F Ryan Jones
10. Nashville – pass
11. Charleston – pass
12. El Dorado – F Jamie Langenbrunner
13. Great Lakes – F Joey Crabb
14. Saint Louis – pass
15. West Virginia – pass
16. Vancouver – F David Moss
17. Portland – pass
18. Boston – pass
19. Sterling – D Karlis Skrastins
20. Salem – pass

Round 2
21. Delta – D Ryan O’Byrne
22. Denver – pass
23. Baltimore – D Mike Lundin
24. Ice Harbor – pass
25. Winnipeg – pass
26. San Francisco – pass
27. Pittsburgh – pass
28. South Carolina – pass
29. Farmington – F Tim Stapleton
30. Nashville – pass
31. Charleston – pass
32. El Dorado – pass
33. Great Lakes – pass
34. Saint Louis – pass
35. West Virginia – pass
36. Vancouver – pass
37. Portland – pass
38. Boston – pass
39. Sterling – pass
40. Salem – pass

Round 3
41. Delta – pass
42. Denver – pass
43. Baltimore – pass
44. Ice Harbor – pass
45. Winnipeg – pass
46. San Francisco – pass
47. Pittsburgh – pass
48. South Carolina – F Cory Stillman
49. Farmington – F Jordin Tootoo
50. Nashville – pass
51. Charleston – pass
52. El Dorado – pass
53. Great Lakes – pass
54. Saint Louis – pass
55. West Virginia – pass
56. Vancouver – pass
57. Portland – pass
58. Boston – pass
59. Sterling – pass
60. Salem – pass

Cuts

Delta – F Mike Grier, F Ales Kotalik
Denver – F Gregory Campbell
Baltimore – F Peter Regin, D Michael Rozsival
Ice Harbor – D Mark Fistric
Winnipeg – D Andrew Ebbett
South Carolina – F Marc Savard
Farmington – F J.P. Dumont, F Blair Betts, F Rostislav Olesz
El Dorado – F Marty Reasoner
Great Lakes – F Mike Rupp
Vancouver – F Maxim Lapierre
Sterling – D Andrew Alberts

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