Brandon Hynes signs with ECHL team

Brendan McCarthy
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According to a report in Le Nouvelle Union, a TC Media newspaper in Victoriaville, Que., Norris Point's Brandon Hynes will has agreed to a deal with the Greenville (South Carolina) Road Warriors of the ECHL.  

The report also says the deal includes an invitation to the training camp of the Hartford Wolf Pack, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Road Warriors.   

Last season, the five-foot-nine, 175-pound Hynes had 36 goals and 40 assists in 63 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League games split between he Acadie-Bathurst Titan and Val d'Or Foreurs. Prior to that, Hynes had spent four years with the QMJHL's Victoriaville Tigres.     

In his five seasons in the Q, Hynes averaged just better than a point per game, with 160 goals and 163 assists in a total of 318 contests.    

Hynes turns 21 next month.  

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  • Brian
    August 20, 2013 - 15:10

    Not really a problem as such, just that a player signing with a ECHL team was given precedent over amateur athletes at the Canada Games. I'm familiar with Brandon's success at the Q, he very well may end up in the AHL or even the NHL, but odds are he unfortunately won't. I predict a nice story in 2-4 years of him returning to NL and playing Senior Hockey, or it would be great to see Memorial suck it up and get a Hockey team with him on it!..Oh, Bob...what am I supposed to "take"?.thanks for your contribution to the discussion.

  • Bob
    August 16, 2013 - 13:04

    Take that Brian!!

  • Brian
    August 15, 2013 - 11:34

    A ECHL signing gets a story over any other athlete/team at the Canada Games? Which uncle or aunt of his works at the press?!

    • Brian O'Grady
      August 16, 2013 - 00:10

      Hey Brian, what is your problem. The young fellow Hynes comes from a small community on Nfld's Northern Peninsula, has had a successful career in the Q and give him credit for that. You never know the young fellow may make the jump from the ECHL to the AHL, and then you never know. Good luck Brandon, all the best, go for it. Oh yeah Brian I forgot to mention that I am not related to him, I am a townir from St. John's.