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Scott Jacklin enters first pro season after successful collegiate career at Robert Morris University.
Goaltender Joel Martin re-signs for his seventh season with Kalamazoo.
Rookie forward Chase Grant joins Idaho after completing collegiate career at Minnesota State.
After serving as the club's assistant coach in 2014-15, Brian Gratz takes over as Greenville's head coach for 2015-16.
Defenseman Trevor Campbell enters his first full season as a pro in 2015-16.
ECHL teams are always giving back to their local communities. Here's a look at some recent events from select teams.
Richard Seeley, who played in Manchester in 2001-06, named as Monarchs first ECHL head coach.
Nathan Lutz, Tulsa's captain in the previous two seasons, returns for 2015-16.
Former University of Vermont forward returns for second season in Indy, rookie forward inks ECHL deal.
The Toledo Walleye have been selected as the 2014-15 recipient of the ECHL Team Award of Excellence.
The 2015 ECHL Sales, Marketing & Communications Meetings were held in Las Vegas from June 25-26.
ECHL All-Rookie Team selection Derek Army returns for second season in Wheeling.
Chad Costello, who led the ECHL with 125 points lat season, re-signs for his second season in Allen.
Scott Howes, the 2011 Kelly Cup Playoffs MVP with Alaska, signs with Brampton for the 2015-16 season.
The Norfolk Admirals have signed centers Chase Schaber and Nick MacNeil for the 2015-16 season.
Forward Patrick Gaul re-signs for his fourth season with South Carolina.
Kenton Miller re-signs with the Thunder after posting 43 points (17g-26a_ in 58 games last season/
Cam Reid, who represented Reading at the 2015 ECHL All-Star Classic, returns to the club for 2015-16.
Brian Perkins of the Toledo Walleye is the 2014-15 recipient of the ECHL Ticket Executive of the Year award.
The Orlando Solar Bears have agreed to terms with defensemen Bryce Aneloski and Spencer McAvoy.