College Hockey:
Amestoy leaves Maine for OHL’s Spirit

The Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League announced Friday the acquisition of forward Carlos Amestoy from the Guelph Storm.

Amestoy, a Toronto native, played 15 games over the past two seasons with Maine and according to a Maine spokesperson, “Amestoy has left our team for personal reasons.”

A Saginaw press release stated that “it is expected that Amestoy will join the Spirit during this weekend’s three-game set in Eastern Ontario that begins (Friday night) in Ottawa.”

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  • Anonymous

    No surprise.  Why would any player stay at Maine if they had other options.

    • Dave

      the education? experience?

      • Anonymous


  • BC will win it all

    Was about to be put on academic probation which meant no hockey .Never went to classes .

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