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Manchester Monarchs Sign Netminder Doug Carr

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MANCHESTER, N.H. — Richard Seeley, head coach of the ECHL‘s Manchester Monarchs announced today that the club has signed goaltender Doug Carr to a standard player’s contract. In addition, the Monarchs have released netminder Steve Mastalerz and assigned Joel Lowry to AHL-Ontario.

Carr, 26, played three games in the AHL this season for the Albany Devils and returns to the East Coast League after spending the 2014-15 campaign with the Colorado Eagles. There, the 6-foot-2, 200-pounder played in 22 games, winning 10 of them while earning a shutout along the way.

This season for Albany, Carr went 1-2-0 with a 2.34 goals-against average and an .897 save percentage.

The undrafted native of Hanover, Mass., has played in 18 AHL games spanning over three seasons and will look to fill the void left by the recently-promoted Michael Houser.

Carr will joining his new team this Wednesday as the new version of the Monarchs will head north of the border where they will visit the ECHL’s lone Canadian club, the Brampton Beast, at the Powerade Centre.

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Ryan Cowley has been writing about the Los Angeles Kings since 2009, beginning as the head writer and editor of Make Way for the Kings since its inception. Until the summer of 2015, Make Way was run by the FanvsFan Network (www.makewayforthekings.com) but has since become independent at its new address: www.makewayforthekings.net Ryan is an NHL-accredited writer who has covered such events as the Stanley Cup Final and Stadium Series. He is also a graduate of Comedy Writing & Performance from Humber College in Toronto, Ontario.