According to M-Live...
The Norfolk Admirals have announced the signing of Plymouth Whalers captain Andrew Fournier to a standard Amateur Tryout Contract. Fournier - who played from 2003-04 through this past season for the Whalers - is expected to make his AHL debut tonight in Norfolk as the Admirals host the Manchester Monarchs.
Fournier was never selected in the National Hockey League Entry Draft and was a free agent, available to sign with any professional team.
"We're very happy for Andrew," said Plymouth head coach Greg Stefan. "He worked very hard while in Plymouth and deserves a chance to move on to a higher level of the game."
Fournier scored 35 goals and 40 assists for 75 points in 64 games this season for Plymouth. He completes his Plymouth career 19th on the team's all-time scoring list with 85 goals and 83 assists for 168 points over 226 games. Fournier's 85 career goals ranks him 12th on the Whalers all-time list (tied with David Legwand) and his 226 games played is 14th on Plymouth's all-time list (tied with Cole Jarrett).
Fournier was an integral part of the Whalers' championship team in 2007.
Note: According to theahl.com, Fournier is indeed in the Ads lineup tonight and is wearing No.21.