Sports briefs: Utah Grizzlies sign three new players

Published September 19, 2013 6:25 pm
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Hockey • The Utah Grizzlies have signed goaltender Aaron Dell, forward Kenton Miller and defenseman Darren Rowe for the upcoming ECHL season.

Dell enters his second professional season after being named the Central Hockey League's most outstanding goalie last year, when he played with the Allen (Texas) Americans.

Dell, who played college hockey at North Dakota, led Allen to its first-ever CHL championship by positing a 2.30 goals-against average. He won 12 playoff games.

Miller had 30 goals and 21 assists for 51 points in 53 games last season with the CHL's Missouri Mavericks. He also spent six games with the American Hockey League's Chicago Wolves for six games.

Rowe played three games with the Grizzlies last year after completing college at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. He had one goal and two assists in three games with Utah as he played in games eight, nine and ten.

The Grizzlies open training camp Oct. 6.

Utah's '14 schedule announced

Gymnastics • Utah's 2014 schedule was announced Thursday, with the Utes scheduled to appear on the Pac-12 Networks seven times, including five national broadcasts.

Utah opens the season at home against BYU, SUU and Boise State on Jan. 11.

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