As August continues and we get further into restricted free agent contract negotiations, teams continue to fill our their organizational depth charts. Here are some minor moves from around the hockey landscape. We’ll keep updating as more come in:
- The Hershey Bears have signed Cole Ully to an AHL contract for the upcoming season, bringing in the former Dallas Stars prospect after two years spent mostly in the ECHL. Ully was drafted in the fifth round in 2013, but has still yet to really make a big impact at the AHL level.
- The Fort Wayne Komets have signed Brycen Martin and Olivier Galipeau to ECHL deals, giving them some added defensive depth. Martin, 23, was actually a third-round pick of the Buffalo Sabres in 2014 but has only played in 21 AHL games and was not given a qualifying offer this offseason.
- The San Antonio Rampage have added some veteran goaltending to the mix, signing Adam Wilcox to a one-year AHL contract. Wilcox has played four seasons of professional hockey since leaving the University of Minnesota and even has an NHL appearance under his belt. The 26-year old put up an .896 save percentage in 28 games with the Rochester Americans last season.