Bomberry Signs Two Year Deal to Stay in New England

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The New England Blackwolves have announced that Adam Bomberry has signed a two year deal to stay with the Blackwolves after one year with the franchise.

The defenseman had 6 goals, 8 assist las season. He also had 18 caused turnovers and scooped up 65 loose balls in his first season with the Blackwolves as well. Bomberry was acquired by New England through a trade with Rochester last summer. Bomberry was with Rochester for two seasons before arriving in New England. Currently, Bomberry has a career total of 20 points, 9 goals, 11 assist, 120 loose balls and 26 caused turnovers.

Black Wolves General Manager Rich Lisk said, “We are very excited to get one of our core players back in Adam Bomberry. Adam had a breakout year last year and he is an important piece in our push to bringing a championship to New England. We are very excited to have him back with the Pack!”