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Bulldogs Release Four More, Assign Three

With the latest cuts, Hamilton now has a total of 29 players at training camp.

Defenceman Dalton Thrower, drafted 51st overall in the 2012 NHL draft by Montreal, is heading back to the Vancouver Giants.
Defenceman Dalton Thrower, drafted 51st overall in the 2012 NHL draft by Montreal, is heading back to the Vancouver Giants.
Jamie Sabau

Just a day after six Hamilton Bulldogs players were cut from training camp, Montreal Canadiens and Bulldogs General Manager Marc Bergevin announced today that the Bulldogs have released four more players.

The players released today from their professional try outs include defencemen Paul Cianfrini, Jonathan Narbonne and Jeremy Price and forward Kelsey Wilson.

Defenceman Matt Grassi and goaltender Mike Condon have been assigned to the ECHL's Wheeling Nailers, while defenceman Dalton Thrower has been assigned back to junior with the WHL's Vancouver Giants.

The latest roster moves now brings Hamilton's training camp totals to 29 players, including 19 forwards, eight defencemen and two goaltenders.

On Saturday, the Bulldogs released forwards Andre Morrissette,Trevor Bruess, David Laliberte, and Chad Wiseman, as well as defencemen Pierre Durepos and Matt Lashoff. In addition, goaltender Peter Delmas was assigned to the ECHL's Orlando Solar Bears.

The official press release for today's roster moves can be seen below:

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