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|02-15-2007, 04:40 PM||#1|
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Cincy hockey team likes Bungals style!
I wonder what the Reds have in store for this spring?
Ice Pilots players arrested on Fort Myers Beach get traded to Cincy
By Andy Kent
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Mike Wirll and Travis Lisabeth, the two hockey players arrested last Thursday night after they allegedly were involved in a physical attack on a musician on Fort Myers Beach, were traded today by the ECHL's Pensacola Ice Pilots to the Cincinnati Cyclones.
Wirll, 24, and Lisabeth, 26, were among the top three scorers for the Ice Pilots at the time of their arrests, but the incident led to both being suspended by the team until a trade could be worked out. In exchange, Pensacola received defenseman Jarred Mohr, forwards Torry Gajda and Erik Johnson and future considerations from the Cyclones.
Lisabeth was charged with battery and disorderly intoxication, while Wirll was only charged with disorderly intoxication and both have been assigned the same date to appear at the Lee County Courthouse -- Feb. 28 at 8 a.m.
The pair allegedly got involved in a confrontation with Dave Colloran, a singer/guitarist at The Cottage restaurant, located at 1270 Estero Blvd, the night before they were supposed to play the Florida Everblades at Germain Arena. A third member of the team, forward David Wrigley, was with them at the time and described by witnesses as also being intoxicated but he was not arrested.
According to the official report filed by Lee County Sheriff's deputies, witnesses described a scene where Lisabeth grabbed Collaron's guitar off the wall and then pushed Collaron when he tried to take back the guitar. After more customers got involved trying to help restaurant manager Roxanne Jakaitis and the staff get the three men outside, Collaron allegedly was pulled down 15 steps and had a "visible swollen laceration over his left eye.'' According to the report, Collaron also stated his ear and ribs were hurting from being pushed down the stairs.
Pensacola's president, Greg Schuh, issued an official apology to the Fort Myers community on behalf of the organization.
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