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Alumni Update

Andrew Ammon and  Desmond BerginKyle Rankin signed with the Brampton Beast just a few days after Princeton’s season ended, making him the first player turned pro from the class of 2016. Rankin has played in three games with Brampton so far.

Some other Tiger alums have changed teams in the offseason or during the season:

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Andrew Ammon spent most of his time last season in the ECHL with South Carolina, Providence’s affiliate. After spending the first season without a team, Ammon joined the Reading Royals and played in six games. Now Ammon is with the Wheeling Nailers.

Former goaltender Sean Bonar has spent his season with four different teams – the Fort Wayne Komets, Wichita Thunder. Brampton Beast of the ECHL and now the Fayetteville FireAntz of the SPHL. Over 13 games with the FireAntz, Bonar has a .913 save percentage.

Taylor Fedun has spent 47 games with Utica, registering 23 points. In his one NHL game this season, Fedun scored a goal.

Kyle Hagel has played in 61 games with Charlotte, where he has eight points. Marc has spent 40 games with the Iowa Wild and has 12 points.

Former Princeton captain Mike Moore is with Hershey this year, where he has nine points in 41 games. It’s his second season with the Bears.

Another previous captain, Darroll Powe has  played in 43 games for Lehigh Valley this year with 13 points.

Zane Kalemba has spent the season with the Manchester Storm of the EIHL where he has a .890 save percentage over 59 games.

Kevin Westgarth is now a member of the NHL office, The Hockey News reported. He is the Vice President of Business Development and International Affairs.

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Six Princeton Alumni Participate In NHL Training Camps

Princeton hockey alumni Mike Condon, Taylor Fedun, Kyle Hagel, Marc Hagel Mike Moore and Michael Sdao are at NHL training camps this season.

Sdao, who was drafted by the Senators, is entering his third year of professional hockey. Condon is also in his third season of professional hockey, and has been playing in Montreal’s organization since graduating in 2013.

Fedun is in his first season with Vancouver’s organization. Last year he appeared in seven NHL games with San Jose and recorded four assists.  This is Moore’s second season with Washington. The former Princeton captain spent much of last season in the AHL, playing in 41 games for Hershey.

Marc and Kyle Hagel are both in training camps. Marc is with Minnesota, while Kyle is with Carolina. This is their second year in their respective organizations.

 

Kyle Hagel, Mike Sdao and Mike Moore Earn AHL Man Of The Year Awards

Three Princeton alumni – Kyle Hagel, Mike Sdao and Mike Moore – earned the AHL Man of the Year award for their respective teams.

This is Hagel’s fifth Man of the Year, all earned with five different teams. Hagel, a co-founder of Shnarped and HP4K, brought Stick to Reading to Charlotte. Continue reading Kyle Hagel, Mike Sdao and Mike Moore Earn AHL Man Of The Year Awards

Darroll Powe Joins Phantoms And Other Princeton Signings

Former Princeton men’s hockey player Darroll Powe signed with the Phantoms of the AHL, the team announced Wednesday.

Powe spent several seasons with the Phantoms after graduating from Princeton in 2007.  Powe made his NHL debut in 2008-09 with the Flyers, where he played until moving to Minnesota in 2011-12. Continue reading Darroll Powe Joins Phantoms And Other Princeton Signings

Kyle Hagel Signs With Portland Pirates

Former Princeton defenseman Kyle Hagel signed with the Portland Pirates, the team announced Monday.

Hagel spent the 2012-13 season with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the AHL, where he finished with 162 penalty minutes and six points (2g, 4a) in 67 games. The 28-year-old also spent time with the Peoria Rivermen, Rockford Icehogs and Rochester Americans of the AHL over the past five years.

While at Princeton, Hagel finished with 24 points and won the team’s 1941 Championship Trophy in 2008. He is also a co-founder of Hockey Players For Kids, a non-profit organization.