Axeman alumni Clark called up to AHL

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Andrew Clark

The Bridgeport Sound Tigers, the Stockton Thunder’s AHL affiliate, have signed former hockey Axeman Andrew Clark to a professional try-out contract Dec. 19. It’s Clark’s first call-up to the AHL. 

The move comes days after 25-year-old Clark was named the Sher-Wood Hockey ECHL Player of the Week for an eight-point performance in two games. Clark leads the Thunder in all three major scoring categories with 10 goals, 16 assists and 26 points. Clark also leads the team in multi-goal games, with three, as well as in shots on goal, with 77.

Clark played for four years at Acadia University, where he won the 2012 CIS player of the year award in his junior season. After graduating, he joined the Thunder late in the 2012-2013 regular season, putting up five points in four games before helping lead the team to the Kelly Cup Final as the Thunder’s second-leading scorer.


Organizations: Bridgeport Sound Tigers, Acadia University

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