Sound Tigers sign 3 to one-year contracts
Updated 12:24 am, Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Reiter, 26, played this past season, his first as a pro, on an AHL contract with the Sound Tigers. In 12 AHL games, he had the team's best goals-against average (2.53) and save percentage (.916); still, the team didn't get him a win (0-5-2), though he was chosen one of the three stars of the game in five of his seven starts. He won the 2011 NCAA championship as a junior with Minnesota Duluth.
Jackson, 24, came up from Gwinnett (ECHL) for the second year in a row on Dec. 29 to join Bridgeport, and this time he earned an AHL deal on Feb. 27. He had three assists in 21 games before returning to Gwinnett for the playoffs.
Keenan, 24, signed an amateur tryout with Bridgeport on March 20 after finishing his senior season at Dartmouth, where he was a two-year captain. He had an assist and was plus-3 in five AHL games.
-- MICHAEL FORNABAIO