The Toronto Rock made several moves today, highlighted by a goaltending move by releasing current backup ‘tender Zak Boychuk and signing former Philadelphia Wings backup Steve Fryer. Fryer has been playing major lacrosse with the Langley Thunder and Brooklin Redmen.
Fryer is a former third round pick by the Wings back in 2011. He has played in two Minto Cups with Brampton and Coquitlam. He also played in a Mann Cup game in 2012 with Langley when they fell to Brampton.
Meanwhile, they Rock released defenseman Dustin Dunn and placed him on the practice roster, replacing him with current practice squad player and former Toronto draft pick Mike Lum-Walker.
All of these moves are pending league approval. Toronto had last week off but in their last game they lost to Calgary and they have lost three of their last four games. The Rock are next in action this Saturday as they host the Rochester Knighthawks who sit a half game out of first place.