Former Oiler Zack Stortini Signs AHL Deal With Hamilton

Stortini doing the walk of life – Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-US PRESSWIRE

Where are they now?

Today, it’s in Hamilton.

Former Oilers pugilist Zack Stortini has signed an one year AHL-exclusive deal with the Hamilton Bulldogs, the farm club of the Canadiens.

Stortini played in parts of five seasons from 2006-11 in Edmonton.  If you’ve just joined us, Stortini did the job that Darcy Hordichuk or Ben Eager did before both showed up in the 2011 offseason.  Stortini found work in the Nashville organization in 2011-12, but played just one game in the NHL.  He did rack up fifteen points in 74 games with Milwaukee.

A few of Stortini’s days on the job:

Go get ‘em in Hamilton, Storts.
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