Manitoba Moose bring back 5 players

Manitoba Moose defenceman Tyson Wilson skates with the puck against the Charlotte Checkers. Jordan Pearn / Global News

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba Moose agreed to contracts with five players from last season on Friday.

The Moose announced they’ve sign defencemen Jake Baker and Tyson Wilson, along with forwards Brandon Denham, Jiri Fronk and Darren Kramer.

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Kramer, 24, was arrested last month after he was tasered by an Orange County police officer.  He was charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Grand Theft and Resisting Arrest without Violence.

Kramer appeared in 61 games with the Moose last season where he racked up 138 penalty minutes to go along with seven goals and five assists.

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Baker, 24, joined the Moose midway through last season and appeared in nine games where he scored one goal and one assist. He also played in 51 games with the Quad City Mallards of the ECHL last season.

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Denham, 24, joined the Moose after the end of the U.S. College hockey season where he was playing for Robert Morris University. He played in nine games with the Moose where he recorded one goal and three assists.

Fronk, 22, played with the both the Moose and the Tulsa Oilers last season. In 33 games with the Moose he notched six goals and two assists.

Wilson, 25, also joined the Moose after finishing his college career at Robert Morris University. He played in just three games though before he was injured.

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