Monday, July 30, 2012


Ray Tremblay is an alumnus of Brockport who had a fine career with the program, showing excellent playmaking skills for the Golden Eagles.

As the Bleacher Report says, he's been doing well in the pros and will try it again with his current team...

The Danville Dashers made their first roster moves for the upcoming season on Friday, signing forwards Ryan Stern, Ray Tremblay, Paul Weisser and Andrew Owsiak to professional try-out (PTO) agreements.

Stern and Tremblay are two of the longest-tenured Danville players—logging 69 games between them in the Dashers' inaugural season—on a team that dealt with a great deal of roster turnover, which saw at least fifty-five different skaters put on the Dasher black and gold. The duo also ranked second and third in team scoring respectively, combining for 62 points.

Tremblay, 26, will begin his second professional season after three years at SUNY Brockport. The British Columbia native was second on the Dashers with 15 goals to complement 13 assists in a team-high 41 games played.

The 5'10" winger wasn't as much of a goal scorer in college, totaling 15 goals and 35 assists in his three seasons as a Golden Eagle, but he certainly found a scoring touch in Danville and will be a key part of Rob Schweyer's offense in 2012-13.