2018-19 Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs Roster

Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL)
Team Record: 28-24-4 - 60 points
in the SPHL
Lost in 2nd Round
Coach: Dan Bremner (28-24, 3 OTL)
Location: Roanoke, Virginia
Attendance: 97,950, Avg. 3,498 in 28 home dates
2018-19 Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs Statistics

The Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs of the Southern Professional Hockey League ended the 2018-19 season with a record of 28 wins and 24 losses (and 4 overtime losses) for 60 points in the SPHL.

The Rail Yard Dawgs netted 168 goals and conceded 177. Colin Murray and Jeff Jones scored 22 goals for Roanoke each, and Jordan Carvalho accounted for 35 assists. Tanner Creel topped the squad with 7 wins.

Dan Bremner coached the team. The 2018-19 Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs lost in the in 2nd Round of the playoffs.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight S/C Hometown
Alex AdamsDMarch 31, 19936'2"200ROrangeville, ON
Travis ArmstrongDApril 23, 19906'5"215LSmith Falls, ON
Cameron BakkerDJanuary 1, 19936'0"170LKenmore, ON
Brad BaroneGDecember 2, 19905'11"180LMedfield, MA
Ben BauerDOctober 27, 19915'11"180Lancaster, PA
Jacob CaffreyGNovember 7, 19946'1"176LBethesda, MD
Adrian CarbonaraRWMarch 12, 19976'2"190RMaple, ON
Jordan CarvalhoCApril 7, 19926'0"181LBrampton, ON
Tanner CreelGApril 10, 19945'10"161LKildeer, IL USA
Michael CrowleyFAugust 5, 19945'11"190RBuffalo, NY
Henry DillGJune 5, 19956'2"205LColumbus, OH
Cameron DimmittFSeptember 30, 19926'0"185LHowell, MI
Cody DionFMarch 21, 19906'4"225RColorado Springs, CO
Michael EconomosFMay 14, 19926'1"201Crystal Lake, IL USA
Sean FederowDApril 20, 19926'2"215LNiagara Falls, ON
Dillan FoxFJune 13, 19915'11"185Hummelstown, PA
Maxime GuyonFJanuary 15, 19945'8"165RSt-Amable, QC
Patrick HarrisonDJanuary 20, 19926'1"190RVernon, ON Canada
Troy HenleyDJanuary 13, 19975'11"192RPhiladelphia, PA
Mac JansenFJanuary 15, 19935'10"185RWhite, MN
Jeff JonesRWDecember 29, 19915'10"185Revelstoke, BC
Lane KingFApril 1, 19936'2"215RWaunakee, WI
Nikita KolesnikovsDOctober 30, 19926'4"225LJelgava, LAT
Oleksandr LiulchukDJanuary 31, 19966'2"200LKiev, UKR
Roberts LocansFMarch 3, 19966'4"209RRiga, Latvia
Steve MeleFAugust 22, 19895'10"175RBronx, NY
Calvin MiskaFFebruary 4, 19946'1"195RStacy, MN
Colin MurrayFNovember 6, 19896'4"208ROshawa, ON
Ben MyersGFebruary 19, 19936'3"220Wauwatosa, WI
Josh NenadalFMay 14, 19945'9"185RBrecksville, OH USA
Zach NieminenRWDecember 20, 19936'2"205LAjax, ON
Nate O'BrienDApril 18, 19945'11"168RLondonderry, NH
Cam OwensCSeptember 15, 19945'8"174Wilmington, MA
Brian RowlandDSeptember 10, 19935'10"176Waltham, MA
Jesse SchwartzRWApril 13, 19946'0"195RToronto, ON
Everett ThompsonRWNovember 15, 19936'1"205RWaler, MI
Jacob WaltersDMay 28, 19946'1"200RSan Diego, CA
Eric WitzelLWOctober 23, 19925'10"185Cumberland, ON
Colton WolterFNovember 4, 19935'10"185LFairbanks, AK
Vojtech ZemlickaF/DMarch 13, 19955'11"185LPrague, Czech Republic



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