Wranglers Hockey: Mosienko Called Up, Czuy Returns

The Las Vegas Wranglers announced today that center Tyler Mosienko has been loaned to the Manchester Monarchs of the American Hockey League. The team also announced that forward Kelly Czuy has been loaned to Las Vegas by the Springfield Falcons of the AHL. Forward Mick Lawrence has been activated off the injured reserve list.

Mosienko earns his first call up of the season and second AHL stint of his career. Mosienko leaves Las Vegas after leading the team with 14 assists and second with 21 points in 21 games played. The West St. Paul, MB native also tops on the team with a +12. The third-year Wrangler is second all-time on the team’s scoring list with 132 points in 156 games played. Overall, Mosienko has played in 214 pro games, scoring 55 goals and adding 106 assists for 161 points.

Czuy returns to Las Vegas on a conditioning assignment from the Springfield Falcons of the AHL. The 26-year old enters his third full season of pro hockey after spending the last two years with Las Vegas. Czuy suffered an injury in Game Six of the Kely Cup Finals in Cincinnati and has not played since. In two seasons with the Wranglers, Czuy has 22 goals and 21 assists for 43 points in 94 games played. The Edmonton, AB native scored seven goals and added ten assists for 17 points in 21 Kelly Cup playoff games in 2008.

The team also activated left wing Mick Lawrence from the 30-day injured reserve list. Lawrence played in the first five games of the season before a lower-body injury forced him to the IR. The rookie winger has two goals and three points in his first five pro games.

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