“That’ll give me three games to re-evaluate everything again,” he said. In other player developments, Cory Urquhart will join the team at practice today before it leaves for Idaho on Thursday. Also, goaltender Jaroslav Halak, who has been working out immigration issues, will be in uniform for Friday’s game, but not before flying into Southern California Thursday night and into Idaho on Friday afternoon. ICE DOGS NOTES: The Ice Dogs Booster Club is looking for new members. The booster club helps raise funds and aids players in their day-to-day life, like making breakfast for the team before each day of training camp. Booster club members also have plenty of booster-only perks, such as booster-team parties and etc. For more information, contact Dixie Whitman at (562) 423-4461. … The Ice Dogs have released single-game tickets. They are available at the Long Beach Arena box office and at Ticketmaster outlets. Ticket prices range from $40-$11. Season tickets are still available by calling (562) ICE-DOGS. Coach Malcolm Cameron would have needed to make two cuts by today, but defenseman James Sanford, who was assigned to Long Beach by the Montreal Canadiens’ AHL affiliate in Hamilton, won’t be on the active roster because of immigration issues. When he is activated in time for the home opener Oct. 28 against Fresno, Cameron will have to make one more move. But Cameron wasn’t too bothered. The Ice Dogs finalized their opening-night roster Tuesday afternoon, making the final cut to get down to the ECHL-mandated 21 players. Rookie forward Jonathan Foster, among a trio of University of Denver teammates in camp, was placed on waivers as the Ice Dogs ready for their season opener Friday night in Idaho. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Ice Dogs’ roster is set for opener