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October 5, 2011





The Phantoms have announced that defenseman Oskars Bartulis has been assigned to Adirondack, according to Philadelphia Flyers General Manager Paul Holmgren. It was also announced that defenseman Tyler Hostetter has been assigned to Trenton of the ECHL.

Adirondack's roster currently stands at 28 players heading into Saturday night's season opener at the Glens Falls Civic Center against the Connecticut Whale. This includes 17 forwards, eight defensemen and three goaltenders.

Bartulis, 24, has appeared in game action with the Phantoms in each of the past two seasons. In 14 total games for Adirondack, Bartulis has two goals and three assists, and 16 penalty minutes. Bartulis played in four games with Adirondack in 2010-11 in October as part of a conditioning stint. He played in 13 games with the Flyers in 2010-11 while sidelined for part of the campaign with injury. He has played in 153 career games with the Phantoms since 2007-08 scoring five career AHL goals and recorded 34 assists for 39 points.

During the past two seasons, Bartulis has played in 66 games with the Philadelphia Flyers scoring one goal and eight assists, and he played in seven postseason games with the Flyers during their 2010 run to the Stanley Cup Finals. A native of Ogre, Latvia, Bartulis has been a member of the Flyers organization since Philadelphia selected him in the third round, 91st overall, in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.

He has represented his home country of Latvia in the World Juniors Championships and, more recently, at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

Tyler Hostetter goes to Trenton of the ECHL where he joins recently loaned goaltender Brad Phillips. Both were members of the Phantoms preseason roster this year. Hostetter, 20, is a resident of Lititz, Penn. and played in three games for Adirondack in the final weekend of 2010-11. He comes to the Flyers organization from the Erie Otters of the OHL.

Upcoming Events:
Saturday, Oct 8 - Connecticut Whale at Adirondack Phantoms, 7pm. OPENING NIGHT presented by Nemer Ford. Magnet Schedules presented by Great Meadow Federal Credit Union. Special Opening Night Jerseys which will be auctioned live immediately after the game. Be Here!!

Monday, Oct 10 - Phantoms Golf Scramble at Hiland Golf Course. One Phantoms player or staff on each foursome. Space is limited. Call the Phantoms to reserve your spot.

Mark your calendars! Adirondack Phantoms Opening Night is Saturday, October 8. The Phantoms take on the Connecticut Whale to begin the third season of exciting Phantoms hockey in Glens Falls. Get great savings and have fun with your friends, family or co-workers by bringing your group of 15 or more fans to enjoy fast-paced, hard-hitting Phantoms hockey. Call the Phantoms to find out more at 518-480-3355 and check the team's website at phantomshockey.com.

Catch all the action of Phantoms hockey all season long on the team's flagship station, Classic Hits Q101.7 and on phantomshockey.com. Bob Rotruck, the "Voice of the Phantoms", has the broadcast coverage 30 minutes prior to game-time with Countdown to Faceoff.

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