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Officials Named for 2016 AAPG

By, 09/13/16, 2:30PM EDT


All four officials are products of USA Hockey's Officiating Development Program

USA Hockey also announced today that referees Lucas Martin (Stoughton, Wis.) and Terrance Murphy (Beverly, Mass.) and linesmen Riley Bowles (Spokane, Wash.) and Nick Briganti (Newington, Conn.) have been selected as this year’s game officials.

Martin enters his first full season as a referee in the East Coast Hockey League after previously working in the Southern Professional Hockey League and the United States Hockey League. Murphy has served as an NCAA Division I hockey referee in the Hockey East Association for the last two seasons. His previous experience also includes time in the North American Hockey League, SPHL and USHL.

Bowles is currently a linesman in both the American Hockey League and ECHL who has also spent time in the SPHL and USHL. Briganti enters his second season as a linesman in the AHL and ECHL after serving the last three seasons in NCAA Division I hockey with ECAC Hockey and the Hockey East Association. 

All four officials are products of USA Hockey’s Officiating Development Program, which educates and assigns officials for Tier I, II and III junior leagues in the United States.

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