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Adirondack adds Morrison on ATO

by Staff Writer / Calgary Flames

GLENS FALLS, NY -- The Adirondack Flames announced today that they have added defenceman Kenney Morrison on an Amateur Try Out from the Western Michigan University Wolves of the NCHC, as well as right-winger Brett Cameron on a Professional Try Out from the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL.

This is the first professional stint for Morrison, a first year pro from Lloydminster, Alberta. Morrison, 23, played three seasons of college hockey at Western Michigan University, recording career highs in goals and points in his freshman season of 2012-13, with seven goals and 20 points. In 2014-15, Morrison, a right-handed defenceman, registered five goals and 15 points in 37 games played.

Cameron, a first year pro from Spruce Grove, Alberta, will be joining Adirondack following five seasons at the University of Alaska-Anchorage and a three game stint with South Carolina of the ECHL earlier this season. In three games with South Carolina, the 24-year-old forward registered three goals and one assist for four points.

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