Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Dallas Stars sign Scott Glennie to Entry Level Contract

Even though the plan for the Stars' top Prospect Scott Glennie is for him to stay with the Brandon Wheat Kings for the 2010-2011 season, Glennie has other plans which includes getting into the NHL Starting next season.

Even though his contract doesn't go into effect until his pro career starts, the Stars are confident that he will make a big impact early on as Scott Glennie signed to the Standard 3 Year Entry Level Contract yesterday.

Glennie has been the team's top prospect since he entered the Stars System when he was drafted last year.

The last 2 seasons for the Brandon Wheat Kings have been very successful which includes 2 trips to the WHL Eastern Conference Finals and getting to host the CHL Memorial Cup back in May where the team reached the Memorial Cup Championship game before losing to the powerful Windsor Spitfires where they became the first team in 15 years to win Back-to-Back Memorial Cups.

BTW, the last time that feat was done was the Kamloops Blazers back in 1994 and 1995.

Scott Glennie WHL Profile:

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Scott Glennie @ the Memorial Cup:

Dallas Stars Press Release:

The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has signed right wing Scott Glennie to a three year entry level contract.

"We are excited to reach an agreement with Scott (Glennie)," Nieuwendyk said. "He is a skilled player that we have seen develop very quickly over the past year. We are expecting great things from him as he continues progressing toward the NHL."

Glennie, 19, spent last year with the Brandon Wheat Kings of the Western Hockey League (WHL). Skating in 66 games and collecting 89 points (32G 57A) and 50 PIM. The Winnipeg, Manitoba Native also added 10 points (3G 7A) in 15 playoff games in 2009-2010.

The 6'1", 185 pound right wing has played in 182 WHL Games, recording 217 points (86G 131A) over three seasons for the Wheat Kings. Glennie finished in the top 30 in WHL Scoring in each of the past two seasons and finished 5th in rookie scoring. He has also helped the Brandon Wheat Kings reach the WHL Eastern Conference Final each of the last two seasons and has tallied 29 points (7G 22A) in 33 WHL Playoff Games.

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