JOHNSTOWN– The Johnstown Tomahawks, proud members of the North American Hockey League, have announced a series of transactions ahead of Saturday Oct. 14 home opener.
The Tomahawks traded forward Logan Stork to the Kenai River Brown Bears in exchange for a 2017 tender and a conditional 2018 fourth round draft pick. Stork earned one goal and two assists in 11 games for Johnstown on the season.
Additionally, the Tomahawks have dealt defenseman Andy Iehle to the Philadelphia Rebels in exchange for a 2017 tender. Iehle tallied zero goals and two assists for Johnstown this season.
In a corresponding move, Johnstown has added defenseman Reagan Wortz to the roster.
Wortz was a 2016 draft pick and a tender before playing one contest in Johnstown last season where he scored one goal.
The native of Okemos, Mich., started the 2017-18 season with the New Jersey Hitmen of the USPHL where he scored one goal and added six assists in nine games.
The Tomahawks open the home portion of their schedule this Saturday, Oct. 14 with Hawktoberfest presented by 1ST SUMMIT BANK. Four-time Stanley Cup champion Paul Coffey will drop the ceremonial first puck. Coffey’s appearance is presented in part by 1ST SUMMIT BANK, Laurel Auto Group, Emaps, Inco Beverage, Johnstown Construction, Roxbury Tire and Valley Printing. Mr. Coffey will be available to meet fans and sign autographs following the ceremonial puck drop behind section 9.
Fans can purchase individual tickets by visiting the 1ST SUMMT ARENA @ Cambria County War Memorial box office, calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000. The arena box office is open Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.