The Philadelphia Flyers have announced today that
they have signed free-agent forward Kevin Goumas
to a minor-league contract. The University of
New Hampshire product will join the Adirondack
Phantoms on an Amateur Tryout (ATO) contract for
the remainder of the 2013-14 season.
22-year-old Goumas (pronounced Goo-miss) was the
leading scorer the past two seasons for veteran
head coach Dick Umile's team in Durham, NH. This
year, Goumas scored 19-33-52 in 40 games for the
UNH Wildcats to rate sixth in the NCAA and third
in the Hockey East in scoring. The Lake Worth,
Florida native who was born in Smithtown, NY is
a speedy, left-handed shooter who checks in at
5'10" and 160 pounds.
In his four-year career at New Hampshire, Goumas
played in 146 games scoring 44-102-146.
The Phantoms return to action on Wednesday night
at the Springfield Falcons and are also on the
road Friday evening against the Syracuse Crunch.
Adirondack is back at the Glens Falls Civic Center
this Saturday on Fan Appreciation Night when the
Phantoms take on Springfield. Hundreds of prizes
will be given away throughout the evening as we
thank the fans for their wonderful support of
the Phantoms throughout five seasons. Order your
tickets in advance to save: 518-480-3355.
Wednesday, March 26 (7:00) - Adirondack
Phantoms at Springfield Falcons
Friday, March 28 (7:00) - Adirondack
Phantoms at Syracuse Crunch
Saturday, March 29 (7:00) -
Springfield Falcons at Adirondack Phantoms -
Fan Appreciation Night as we thank you fans for
your wonderful support and give away a CRAZY amount
of great prizes!
Friday, April 4 (7:00) - Norfolk Admirals at Adirondack
Saturday, April 5 (7:00) - Bridgeport Sound Tigers
at Adirondack Phantoms
Sunday, April 6 (3:00) - Albany Devils at Adirondack
25 Terrific Seasons
Glens Falls is celebrating its 25th season
hosting an AHL team and in so doing now joins
an elite group of just 9 other active markets
who can make such a claim. It's a great hockey
tradition with an old-school feel that began with
the Adirondack Red Wings in 1979. In their 20-year
tenure at the Glens Falls Civic Center through
1999, the Red Wings won four Calder Cups. The
Adirondack Phantoms began play in Glens Falls
in 2009-10 and are in their fifth season bringing
exciting AHL action to the North Country.