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With the NCAA season wrapping up, the ATO’s for undrafted free agents (in addition to team draft picks) are beginning to be handed out. In addition to ATO’s given to draft picks Andrew Yogan and Peter Ceresnak, the Rangers have brought in undrafted free agent Steve Moses to an ATO. Moses, out of UNH, led his team in scoring this season with a line of 22-13-35 in 37 games.
The press release is after the jump.
WHALE SIGN FORWARD STEVE MOSES TO ATO
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Led University of New Hampshire with 22 Goals
HARTFORD, March 23, 2012: Connecticut Whale general manager Jim Schoenfeld announced today that the Whale has signed forward Steve Moses to an Amateur Tryout (ATO) agreement.
Moses, a 5-9, 170-pound native of Leominster, MA, just completed a four-year Hockey East career at the University of New Hampshire. The 22-year-old Moses led the Wildcats in goals, and tied for second among Hockey East skaters, this season with 22, and also added 13 ass
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