Where Are They Now?

All 114 players to play in the “Chuck Weber Era” – sorted alphabetically (not including 2009-10).

NAME GP YEARS CURRENT TEAM
Mathieu Aubin 85 2006-2008 CINCINNATI
Brett Beauchamp 8 2008-2009 No longer playing.
Thomas Beauregard 84 2007-2009 Elmira (ECHL)
Jimmy Bonneau 64 2006-2008 Rochester (AHL)
Dave Borrelli 7 2006-2007 Asiago HC (Italy)
A.J. Bozoian 12 2007-2008 No longer playing.
Kyle Bushee 14 2007-2008 Wheeling (ECHL)
Chris Clark 8 2008-2009 Reading (ECHL)
Jamie Coghlan 41 2008-2009 CINCINNATI
Michael Cohen 31 2008-2009 No longer playing.
Chad Collins 2 2006-2007 Knoxville (SPHL)
Josh Coyle 3 2007-2008
Chris D’Alvise 4 2008-2009 Stockton (ECHL)
Maxime Daigneault 14 2007-2008  
Jean-Michel Daoust 107 2006-2008 Houston (AHL)
Riley Day 14 2006-2007  
Jason Deitsch 107 2006-2008 Texas (CHL)
David Desharnais 68 2007-2008 Hamilton (AHL)/MONTREAL
Cedrick Desjardins 67 2006-2008 Hamilton (AHL)
Matt Dias 1 2008-2009  
Jacob Dietrich 26 2008-2009  
A. Dulac-Lemelin 14 2007-2008 No longer playing.
Barret Ehgoetz 202 2006-2009 CINCINNATI
Brian Escobedo 4 2006-2008 No longer playing.
Mac Faulkner 12 2008-2009 HC Alleghe (Italy)
Chris Ferazzoli 21 2007-2009 Mississippi (SPHL)
Peter Ferraro 1 2007-2008 No longer playing.
Aaron Foster 2 2006-2007 No longer playing.
Sam Ftorek 56 2006-2007 Kalamazoo (ECHL)
Travis Fuller 43 2007-2008 No longer playing.
Shawn Futers 5 2007-2008 No longer playing.
Torry Gajda 33 2006-2007 No longer playing.
Kyle Gajewski 21 2008-2009
Greg Gallagher 26 2006-2008 Johnstown (ECHL)
Jon Gleed 63 2006-2008 Bridgeport (AHL)
Ben Gordon 51 2008-2009 Abbotsford (AHL)
Jason Goulet 22 2006-2007 Quad City (IHL)
Ben Gray 4 2006-2007 No longer playing.
Joe Grimaldi 3 2008-2009 Elmira (ECHL)
Donny Grover 31 2008-2009 Esbjerg (Denmark)
Dov Grumet-Morris 49 2006-2008 HK Jesenice (Austria)
Peter Hafner 2 2007-2008 No longer playing.
Travis Hanson 6 2007-2008 Knoxville (SPHL)
Martin Houle 14 2008-2009  
Tyler Howells 30 2007-2008 Flint (IHL)
Billy Irish-Baker 68 2006-2009 Retired
Erik Johnson 26 2006-2007
Justin Johnson 43 2008-2009 Alaska (ECHL)
Jimmy Kilpatrick 43 2008-2009 CINCINNATI
Bill Kinkel 2 2008-2009  
Adam Krug 11 2008-2009  
Marc LaBelle 1 2006-2007 No longer playing.
Loic Lacasse 22 2008-2009 CIMT de Rivière-du-loup (LNAH)
Olivier Latendresse 47 2007-2009 Abbotsford (AHL)
Travis Lisabeth 26 2006-2007  
Paul Lynch 30 2008-2009 No longer playing.
Matt Macdonald 119 2006-2009 HC Fassa (Italy)
Ryan Maki 5 2007-2008 Milwaukee (AHL)
Steve Makway 18 2008-2009 Wichita (CHL)
Nick Martens 17 2006-2007 Hannover (Germany)
Andrew Martin 41 2007-2008 Lørenskog (Norway)
Conrad Martin 119 2006-2009 Medvešcak Zagreb (Austria)
Mark Matheson 3 2007-2008 Milwaukee (AHL)
T.J. McElroy 58 2007-2009 Pontebba (Italy)
Ian McKenzie 40 2008-2009 CINCINNATI
Benjamin McLeod 55 2008-2009 Reading (ECHL)
Kirk Medernach 1 2008-2009 Rio Grande (CL)
Gerard Miller 44 2007-2009  
Jarred Mohr 44 2006-2007 Laredo (CHL)
Brian Mullally 39 2006-2007 HYS Den Haag (Holland)
Mike Nesdill 2 2008-2009 Arizona (CHL)
Ryan Nie 24 2008-2009 Kalamazoo (ECHL)
Brian O’Hanley 43 2008-2009 CINCINNATI
Mark Pavli 2 2008-2009 Stockton (ECHL)
Sean Perkins 48 2007-2009
Felix Petit 3 2008-2009  
Matt Pierce 3 2008-2009 CINCINNATI
Mike Quesnele 3 2008-2009 Sault Ste. Marie (OHL)
Kyle Rank 23 2008-2009 Portland (AHL)
Rory Rawlyk 27 2006-2007 Herner AG (Norway)
Scott Reynolds 139 2006-2008 CINCINNATI
Robin Richards 2 2006-2007 Laredo (CHL)
Matt Rogers 27 2006-2007
Cody Rudkowsky 13 2007-2008 Edinburgh (EIHL)
Ryan Russell 12 2007-2008 Hamilton (AHL)
Joey Ryan 20 2008-2009 Toronto (AHL)
Mike Salekin 33 2008-2009 Allen (CHL)
Mark Santorelli 6 2008-2009 Milwaukee (AHL)
Tom Sawatske 49 2008-2009 Rio Grande (CL)
Brandon Scero 25 2008-2009  
Bryan Schmidt 14 2007-2008 Kassel Huskies (Germany)
James Sixsmith 22 2007-2008 Utah (ECHL)
Brett Smith 3 2006-2007  
Dustin Sproat 39 2008-2009 CINCINNATI
Frederic St. Denis 41 2008-2009 Hamilton (AHL)
Chad Starling 133 2006-2008 Ontario (ECHL)
Greg Stewart 62 2006-2007 Chicago (AHL)
Jeremy Swanson 13 2007-2008  
Matt Syroczynski 102 2007-2009 Ft. Wayne (IHL)
Scott Tomes 1 2006-2007 No longer playing.
Ryan Toomey 9 2008-2009 Landshut (Germany)
Cory Urquhart 64 2006-2008 Heilbronner EC (Germany)
Ryan Van Buskirk 2 2008-2009  
Mark Van Guilder 65 2008-2009 CINCINNATI
Mark Van Vliet 6 2008-2009 Knoxville (SPHL)
Stephen Werner 2 2008-2009  
Avery Wilson 64 2006-2008  
Mike Wirll 26 2006-2007  
Trevor Wolfe 36 2007-2008  
Jason Woll 10 2008-2009 Wichita (CHL)
Adam Wood 7 2007-2008  
Mitch Woods 12 2008-2009 Ft. Wayne (IHL)
J.T. Wyman 15 2008-2009 Hamilton (AHL)/MONTREAL
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Comments
  1. Rob says:

    Crish Clark is still looking for work
    (as a hockey player)talk to him about a
    month ago.

  2. Rob says:

    Thomas Beauregard,Jean-Michel Daoust and Olivier Latendresse all 3 are still looking a job/team to sign them. Do you want them back here? I would love to have 1 of these 3 players back but how long before they are here and they get the call to the AHL? Thats my only reason why i dont want them back here. Now if they sign and stay for 50+ game hell yea sign away.

  3. Kevin says:

    Beau signed with someone in the ECHL (don’t remember at the moment). JM signed with the Houston Aeros in the AHL. Haven’t heard anything regarding Olivier. Avery Wilson is with the Dayton Gems in the IHL. Petit is with the team in training camp. Several others I remember seeing something about (Bonneau, Perkins, Ferazzoli, etc.) but don’t remember what exactly and, unfortunately, my spreadsheet was on the hard drive that died.

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  5. Kevin says:

    Paul Lynch has signed with the Knoxville Ice Bears in the SPHL. Marc Labelle is re-retired and last I heard was still working as a water distribution salesman. Robin Richards signed with the Laredo Bucks in the Central. Brett Smith is back with the Mudbugs in Bossier-Shreveport (CHL). Also, Adam Krug was released (the day after the other Krug was by a different team).

  6. Kevin says:

    Ooops, left off Chris Clark…he signed with Dayton a week or two ago

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