INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – The Kansas City Mavericks have made a future considerations trade with the Idaho Steelheads, announced Monday by the clubs.
Coming to the Mavericks is forward Corey Durocher, a 6-foot-3, 194-pound center with 10 points in 29 games on the year.
The Ottawa, Ontario native has split the season between Brampton (10 games) and Idaho (19 games), posting four goals and six assists with a plus-3 rating along the way.
Durocher was the Florida Panthers’ sixth-round pick (153rd overall) in the 2010 NHL Draft and is in his first full professional season. He got his first taste of ECHL hockey last year, playing in eight games with the Brampton Beast, three of which were in the Kelly Cup Playoffs.
He attended Carleton University, totaling 83 points (34G+49A) in 90 games with 55 penalty minutes in four seasons at the collegiate level from 2013-14 through 2016-17.
The Mavericks begin an eight-game home stand on Friday against the Indy Fuel to kick off a weekend triple-header. Tickets for all three games, including HoKCey Is For Everyone Night on Saturday and Faith and Family Night on Sunday, are on sale now.
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