2009-10 Season


2009/2010 Season

68 GP- 26 W- 34 L – 2 OTL – 6 SOL

4th in the Central Division – Lost Conference Quarterfinals vs Ottawa (4-1)

Back Row: Keith Maisonville, Andrew Shaw, Ryan Strome, Jason Shaw, Michael Hasson, Pete Dobbin (Athletic Therapist), Freddie Hamilton, Matt Petgrave, Andrew Fritsch, Matt Baldassarra


Middle Row: Frank Girhiny (Ass’t Coach), Billy Burke (Ass’t Coach), Johnson Andrews, Simon Gronvaldt, Marco Insam, Dougie Hamilton, Mike Schwindt, Nik Knezic, Josh Moes, Mitchell Theoret, Shayne Rover, Ben Vanderklok, Garry Buxton (Equipment Manager)


Front Row: John Chartrand, Dave Brown (GM), Mike McCourt (Head Coach), Dylan MacEachern, Andrew Agozzino, Bill Burke (Governor), Denise Burke (President), Reggie Traccitto, Alex Friesen, David Frizzell (Executive VP), Randy Ladouceur (Ass’t Coach), Mark Visentin


Year In Review:

The 2010 season provided its ups and downs for the IceDogs. The team struggled at points throughout the year, but made a strong push to secure a playoff spot late in the season led by the stellar goaltending of Mark Visentin. Midway through the season the St. Louis Blues assigned Alex Pietrangelo back to the Ontario Hockey League and he was then traded to Barrie along with winger Chris DeSousa and import goaltender Petteri Simila for forward  Ryan Strome, defenceman Simon Gronvaldt, two 2nd round picks, a 3rd round pick and a 9th round pick. Strome was originally the 8th overall pick in the 2009 OHL Priority Selection.

The IceDogs finished 7th in the East and found themselves up against the 2nd seeded Ottawa 67’s in the first round of the playoffs. After some very close games, the 67’s topped the IceDogs in 5 games, ending a season that was full of growth for one of the youngest teams in the league.


GoalsAndrew Agozzino (37)

AssistsAlex Friesen (37)

Points –  Andrew Agozzino (66)

GAAMark Visentin (2.53)