The Toronto made another big move in free agency today as they signed unrestricted free agent veteran defenseman David Brock to a two-year contract deal.
Brock, a nine-year veteran, comes to Toronto after two seasons with the New England Black Wolves where he was a part of that defense. The London, Ontario native has also made stops with the Buffalo Bandits, Philadelphia Wings, and Boston Blazers during his career.
In a press release from the team Brock said, “This really is a dream come true for me to play at home in Toronto. Now it’s time to get to work and get ready for what I think is going to be a great season. I’m very excited to have this opportunity with the Rock.”
Last season with New England, Brock recorded 34 caused turnovers, scooped up 104 ground balls, and tallied 17 points (10G/7A). He also helped lead New England to two straight playoff appearances during his time there.
In Toronto, Brock will be joining a defensive corp that features Brock Sorensen, Bradley Kri, Latrell Harris, and others. In addition to his talents, Brock adds more depth and veteran leadership to a unit that could really use it.