P-Bruins Add Veteran of 16 Seasons

Providence, RI
- The Providence Bruins, entering their 20th season in the American Hockey League, announced today that former P-Bruin Mitch Lamoureux will participate in the Alumni Game on November 13 at the Dunkin' Donuts Center.

Lamoureux, who hails from Ottawa, Ontario, spent 1995 through 1997 with the Providence Bruins. In his second season with the P-Bruins, the centerman led the team in goals (25), assists (29) and points (54). In 138 career games in Providence, Lamoureux tallied 47 goals and added 58 helpers for 105 points.

Drafted in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft 154th overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL), Lamoureux saw time in 73 NHL games with the Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers. The centerman recorded a career high 107 points in his rookie season with the Baltimore Skipjacks (AHL). After his two seasons in Providence, Lamoureux split the 1997-98 season between the B.C. Icemen (UHL) and the Hershey Bears (AHL) before finishing his professional career in Hershey in 1999.