Greenville, SC – The Greenville Swamp Rabbits (16-13-2-1), proud ECHL affiliate of the New York Rangers and the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack, announced that forward Branden Troock is has returned from his American Hockey League call up. In addition, forward Caleb Cameron has been released from his contract with the team.
Troock, 23, returns to the Swamp Rabbits as the clubs leading scorer, collecting 33 points (14G, 19A) in 29 games. The winger from Edmonton, Alberta was one of the top-six scorers in the league at the time of his promotion. Troock has recorded 10 multi-point efforts this season including 17 points (11G, 6A) in 16 home games.
The 6-foot-3, 220-pound forward has played parts of the last four seasons in the ECHL. Since 2014, Troock has logged 57 games and 49 points (24G, 24A) with the Swamp Rabbits and the Idaho Steelheads. Troock has earned 37 points (13G, 24A) in 119 contests with the Texas Stars, Tucson Roadrunners, and Hartford Wolf Pack since turning pro in 2014.
The 2012 Dallas Stars draft pick signed his first professional contract after playing parts of four seasons for the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL. Troock skated in 144 games for the Thunderbirds, scoring 45 goals, and adding 56 assists and was third on the club in scoring in his final season with 58 points (24G, 34A) in 58 games. He was also a member of Canada’s 2012 Bronze Medal U18 World Championship team.
Cameron, 24, played five games for Greenville in two weeks. The winger began his pro career with the Adirondack Thunder and made his ECHL debut on Oct. 21, 2017. The Sundridge, Ontario ranked among the SPHL’s top 10 scorers before joining the Swamp Rabbits. Prior to leaving the Macon Mayhem, Cameron logged at least a point in each of his last five games (3G, 5A). The rookie played for the Rochester Institute of Technology for the last four seasons and logged over 130 games, tallying 58 points (20G, 38A) for the Tigers from 2013 to 2017.