According to reports, today the Islanders AHL affiliate the Bridgeport Sound Tigers announced the signing of 6 players to two way contracts. Those players are:
Forwards Peter Sivak, Michael Pereira, and Adam Phillips as well as defensemen Mark Nemec and Keith Seabrook and goalie Philippe Trudeau.
Last season, in 67 games for the Alaska Aces in the ECHL, Sivak had 83 points including 31 goals. Also, in 3 games for Abbotsford Heat of the AHL Sivak didn't register a point.
Last season, in 34 games for UMass-Amherst in college, Pereira had 22 points including 11 goals. Following the end of his college season Pereira played 3 games for the Worcester Sharks of the AHL where he registered 1 point in 3 games.
Adam Phillips was a teammate of Pereira last season. In 34 games for UMass-Amherst last season Phillips had 15 points including 6 goals.
Last season, in 63 games for the Colorado Eagles in the ECHL, Nemec had 17 points including 5 goals. Nemec also had 61 penalty minutes which suggests he brings an edge with his game.
Seabrook actually didn't play professional hockey last season. His last professional time was two years ago when he played 18 games for Val Pusteria HC which is a hockey team in Italy. In those 18 games Seabrook had 18 points including 8 goals.
Last season, in 67 games for the Ottawa 67's in the OHL, Trudeau had a 4.03 GAA and a .900 save percentage. Following the end of his junior season, Trudeau played 4 games for Bridgeport. In those 4 games, Trudeau had a 3.37 GAA and a .897 save percentage.