Wolves add Size and Goaltending in trade with Titans
Watertown, NY – Watertown Wolves Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Phil Esposito announced today they club has traded defensemen Steve Brown and forward Salak to the Danbury Titans in return for goaltender Dylan Wells and defensemen Anthony Pisano and Martin Tuma.
Wells, 25, joins the Wolves after suiting up for the Titans in one game last season. The Utica College alumni played twenty minutes with the Titans recording four saves.
Pisano, a 27 year-old New York, NY native follows coach Esposito to the Wolves after suiting up for the Titans in 10 games last season. Recording one goal and two assists last season, Pisano was a force on the ice. The 6'6, four year pro hockey veteran has also suited up for teams in the ECHL and SPHL.
Tuma, a Most, Czech Republic native comes to the Wolves after a 11 game stint with the Danbury Titans last season. A 6'4, OHL Soo Greyhounds product, Martin enjoyed time in the American Hockey League with the San Antonio Rampage and Rochester Americans. Tuma was drafted in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft round 5, 162 overall by the Florida Panthers.
The Watertown Wolves open up at home on Friday, October 28th when they take on the Danville Dashers at 7:30 PM.
Season tickets for the Wolves 2016-17 season are on sale. Prices for all 28 home games are only $300.00. Fans can call the Wolves office at 315-681-6572 for season ticket and corporate sponsorship information.