The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they
have recalled 6-0, 225-lb defenseman Marc-Andre
Bourdon and 6-1, 207-lb defenseman Kevin Marshall
from their American Hockey League affiliate, the
Adirondack Phantoms, according to general manager
Paul Holmgren. In addition, the Flyers have loaned
RW Harry Zolnierczyk to their ECHL affiliate,
the Trenton Titans.
Bourdon, 22 (9/17/89), has appeared in 14 games
for the Phantoms this season, recording three
assists. In 121 career games over three seasons
with the Phantoms, Bourdon has registered three
goals and added 29 assists for 32 points, along
with 160 PIM. He was selected by the Flyers in
the third round (67th overall) of the 2008 NHL
Marshall, 22 (3/10/89), has scored one goal in
15 games for the Phantoms so far this season.
In 168 career games with the Phantoms over three
seasons, Marshall has scored six goals and added
18 assists for 24 points, along with 216 PIM.
He was selected by the Flyers in the second round
(41st overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. Marshall
is the all-time leader in Adirondack Phantoms
history in games played.
Both Bourdon and Marshall will be available to
make their NHL debuts Monday night when the Flyers
host Carolina. Bourdon will wear #43 and Marshall
will wear #46.
Bourdon and Marshall are roommates in Glens Falls,
NY with the Phantoms and have frequently been
paired together defensively as well.
Congratulations to Marc-Andre and Kevin and good
luck with the Flyers!