College Hockey:
Glencross Leaves ‘Wolves for Ducks

— Alaska-Anchorage sophomore Curtis Glencross has left the team to sign a free agent deal with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. The deal is for three years, terms were not disclosed.

Glencross, 21, finished the 2003-2004 regular season ranked first in goals and points for the Seawolves, earning 21-13=34 points with 79 penalty minutes in 37 games. His 14 goals in WCHA play ranked seventh overall in the league. Additionally, Glencross helped Alaska Anchorage to its first-ever berth in the WCHA’s Final Five tournament to end the season.

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound forward earned 11-12–23 points with 79 penalty minutes in 35 games as a freshman in 2002-2003. A native of Red Deer, Alberta, Glencross totaled 32-25–57 points in 72 career games at Anchorage.

Glencross is expected to join the Ducks at training camp next season.

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