The Rob Stone Report for March 2016

San Diego Gulls Climb in American Hockey League Standings


On the weekend of February 19-20, the San Diego Gulls recorded back-to-back victories of 3-2 and 4-2 versus the Bakersfield Condors and Ontario Reign, respectively, to improve their record to five games over .500 in the American Hockey League standings at 25-20-1-1.

Against Bakersfield, center Joseph Cramarossa crammed a second quarter goal into the net for San Diego as did right wing Matt Bailey.

Following Cramarossa and Bailey in the San Diego scoring column were defenseman Andrew O’Brien (first quarter goal), right wing Brian McGrattan (first quarter assist), left wing Kyle Bonis (first quarter assist), center Antoine Laganiere (second quarter assist), and defenseman Korbinian Holzer (second quarter assist).

On the very next evening, before an announced attendance of 10,897 spectators, the Gulls got three third period goals from Cramarossa, right wing Matt Berry, and center Mike Sgarbossa, as well as one second period goal from defenseman Brandon Montour to rain on Ontario’s parade.

Joining Cramarossa, Berry, Sgarbossa (second quarter assist), and Montour in the San Diego statistical column were Bailey (third quarter assist), defenseman Shea Theodore (third quarter assist), left wing Zac Larraza (third quarter assist), center Chris Mueller (third quarter assist), right wing Stefan Noesen (third quarter assist), and forward Ondrej Kase (second quarter assist).

Rob Stone is a life-long resident of the San Diego area and is also a certified talent scout through Sports Management Worldwide.  Rob has been working with and helping to assist sports agents in getting their clients signed to contracts.  If you would like a professional scouting report written up on your favorite athlete, you can feel free to contact Mr. Stone directly.  He may be reached at:  1 (619) 241-6516,, or

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