Rivermen General Manager Kevin McDonald
announced today that the club has signed forwards Aaron Bogosian and Marshall
Everson tryout contracts. Bogosian joins the team from ECHL Toledo while
Everson recently completed his senior season at Harvard University.
26, was a member of the Toledo Walleye team that was eliminated from the first
round of the ECHL playoffs on Tuesday. He began the season with the Florida
Everblades and recorded 26 points (11 goals, 15 assists) in 55 games before being traded to Toledo on March 7. In
the final 11 games with the Walleye, the 6'0", 190-pound forward had two
goals and three assists. He added three more assists in six playoff games.
year he spent his first full professional season with the Springfield Falcons
of the AHL. In 51 games he registered two goals and two assists with 88 penalty
minutes. Prior to joining Springfield, Bogosian played four years at St.
Lawrence University. Aaron is the older brother of current NHL defenseman, Zach,
of the Winnipeg Jets.
22, collected 16 points (11 goals, five assists) in 32 games for the Crimson in
his fourth season. Overall he finished his collegiate career with 64 points (31
goals, 33 assists) in 119 games. A native of Edina, Minn., Everson scored 100
career goals while playing at Edina High School. Everson was signed to an
amateur tryout contract by the Milwaukee Admirals on April 5 but was released
two days later without appearing in a game.