HUNTSVILLE, AL - Huntsville Havoc Head Coach Randy Murphy announced today that the team has re-signed forward Justin Rohr, defenseman Paul Falco and goaltender Ross Cherry.
Falco (6-0, 190) played in 27 games for the Havoc last season after coming over from Twin City in a mid-season trade. He scored three goals and recorded 24 assists. He also recorded two assists in four playoff games. He has played in 205 career games and scored 30 goals and recorded 78 assists.
"Paul is a versatile player having the ability to play forward and defense is a huge asset to our team," Murphy said. "He has tremendous speed and we are looking forward to seeing him compete and use those tools to make us better every game."
Rohr (5-7, 170) played in 14 games for the Havoc last season after spending part of the season overseas. He scored seven goals and recorded four assists in those 14 games. He played the 2007-08 season in the IHL where he scored eight goals and recorded 15 assists in 70 games.
"Justin has the potential to be one of the better players in the SPHL," Murphy said. "He is gritty, skilled and competes every night. I look forward to having the opportunity to coach Justin."
Cherry (6-1, 215) played in 32 games last season as a rookie for Huntsville and finished with a 13-13-4 record, a 3.46 goals against average and an 88.3 save percentage. He came to Huntsville after having a brilliant college career at Middlebury College.
"We look for Ross to have an opportunity to build off a good rookie season last year," Murphy said. "He is a character person with great work ethic and we look for him to bring that with him to camp."