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Manitoba Moose recall Serville & Fronk; Sign Baker to PTO

Moose make a few more moves.

Brennan Serville

After recalling Lodge and Blomqvist yesterday the Moose made a couple more moves this morning recalling Jiri Fronk and Brennan Serville.  They also signed defenceman Jake Baker to a PTO.

Moose Release:

The Manitoba Moose hockey club announced today that they have recalled defenceman Brennan Serville and forward Jiri Fronk from their ECHL affiliate, the Tulsa Oilers. They have also signed defenceman Jake Baker to a professional tryout agreement.

Serville, 22, has recorded an assist in 17 games with Tulsa during two stints this season. He has also played in three games for the Moose this season registering four penalty minutes.

He was the Winnipeg Jets third round selection, 78th overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. The Pickering, ON native spent the previous four years playing for the University of Michigan where he registered one goal and 20 assists in 129 games.

Fronk, 22, recorded a goal and an assist for two points in five games since being assigned to Tulsa on Feb. 19. Previous to that he played 21 games for the Moose this season where he registered six goals and one assist for seven points.

He was signed by the Moose as a free agent on Oct. 9, 2015 after he spent last season with Cedar Rapids of the USHL where he recorded 29 goals and 21 assists for 50 points in 60 games.

Baker, 24, has recorded two goals and eight assists for 10 points in 47 games this season with the Quad City Mallards of the ECHL. He played seven games with Quad City last season after completing his four year collegiate career at Northern Michigan University.

The Moose begin a two-game series against the Charlotte Checkers on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at the MTS Centre