Season Over For Chatham-Kent Hockey Players in Greenville
The Greenville Road Warriors dropped a 3-2 decision on April 6 to the Florida Everblades in their best-of-three ECHL playoff series.
For Jason Missiaen of Chatham, it was the end of his first professional hockey season. Jason, who struggled last year with Baie-Comeau Drakkar of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, had a real turnaround this year. He appeared in 40 games with the Road Warriors, winning 22 games. He had a 2.71 goals against average and a .916 save percentage. Jason was also called up twice by the Connecticut Whale, the American Hockey League farm club for the New York Rangers, but he did not see any action.
Jason’s teammate, Wes Cunningham of Dresden, finished his fourth pro hockey season and his second with the Road Warriors. Wes had two goals and 28 assists in 56 games. He also appeared in five games for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, top AHL farm team of the New York Islanders.