Bill Greer Activated From Injured Reserve

TORONTO, ON – Toronto Rock General Manager Terry Sanderson has announced that Bill Greer has been moved from Injured Reserve to the team’s Active Roster.  Making room for the move, the Rock have released Dustin Dunn from the Active Roster and have signed him to the Practice Roster.  The moves are pending league approval.

Greer began the season on the active roster and played in Toronto’s 16-11 win over Calgary on January 3rd to open the season.  While his teammates were celebrating the win, Greer was on the trainer’s table as he didn’t finish the game, exiting after the first half.

While the return of Greer to the lineup will add a key piece of Toronto’s defence back into the mix, they are still without standout veteran defenders Patrick Merrill and Chris White who are still nursing injuries and remain on Injured Reserve. 

Dunn has appeared in one game to this point as he dressed for the Rock’s 12-10 loss in Buffalo on January 10th.  Dunn joins forwards Eric Law and Jeff Swift along with defender Nick Diachenko on the 4-man practice roster.

The Rock (1-2) will be at home on Friday night at 7:30pm at Air Canada Centre to face the Vancouver Stealth (2-3).  The next night, Toronto travels down the QEW to Buffalo for the second time early in this 2014 season to face the Bandits (4-1) at First Niagara Center at 7:30pm.

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B. Ebbitt
10 goals is not enough to win in this league. League is spoiling the game by calling penalties for minor infractions. Refs.see reluctant to let minor stuff go.

Not even TV announcers can explain some of calls.

On paper Rock still best team in league.
2014-02-02 16:55:00

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