Poli Dealt To Gwinnett

(PR) Trenton, NJ, September 2, 2010 — The ECHL’s Trenton Devils today announced the trade of forward Chris Poli to the Gwinnett Gladiators for future considerations. The announcement was made by Trenton Devils General Manager Chris Lamoriello.

The Trenton Devils regular season begins at Sun National Bank Center October 16 and 17 with home games against Reading at 7 p.m. and 4 p.m., respectively.

Full and partial season ticket plans are now on sale and group reservations are being accepted. More information is available by visiting TrentonDevils.com or by calling 609-599-9500.

TRENTON DEVILS — The Trenton Devils are a member of the ECHL, North America’s Premier “AA” Hockey League. The Trenton Devils are owned and operated by the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League.

11 Responses to “Poli Dealt To Gwinnett”

  1. titans04 Says:

    Mike any chance you can summarize all the T-Devils signings in one post, I’m finding it impossible to keep track of all the announcements up until now. Just the T-Devils ones would be most appreciated.

  2. tdevils Says:

    Ha. I don’t know if WordPress will allow me to write a post with nothing in it.

  3. Shtikl Says:

    And here I thought I was missing all the news, when there isn’t any? I guess Lou’s been straitjacketed by this Kovalchuk deal.

    So how’s the new coach? Is he as generous and friendly as Killer???

  4. thunderbaseball Says:

    Have not met Kevin in person just yet, but we had a nice phone chat…time will tell how things go.

  5. Trentondevilsfan Says:

    So I guess this means Poli will play 72 games and score 30….

  6. Shtikl Says:

    Be sure to check out the training camp coverage from the new Albany Devils Examiner:


    Count the bodies, some of them might trickle down to Trenton.

  7. somersetdevilsfan Says:

    How in the world does Kevin Cormier get an invite to the big camp? I just don’t get it.

  8. chiarams Says:

    I believe he was still under contract for this year – however, he’s decided to retire for personal reasons.

  9. Shtikl Says:

    Confirm that he’s retired:


  10. chiarams Says:

    Dan Eves traded to South Carolina.

  11. Shtikl Says:

    That will really make a big dent in the NJ Devils’ salary cap troubles, eh?

    😉 I wonder if the T-Dweebs will stop being the ECHL’s dominant scoring powerhouse and go back to the Dweebles’ defense-first trap system for real this season? 😉 😛

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