Kalamazoo Adds McDonnell from OHL
Kalamazoo, MI- The Kalamazoo Jr. K-Wings, proud members of the North American Hockey League's North division, announce the addition of forward Mac McDonnell.
McDonnell, a twenty-year-old right-winger from Allen Park, Michigan, comes to the Jr. K-Wings after spending the last two seasons with the Erie Otters of the Ontario Hockey League.
In each of the last two seasons, McDonnell played in 62 regular season games, totaling a career number of 124 games played during his OHL career. In 2010-11, the right handed shooting winger was able to tally eight goals and ten assists. The following season, McDonnell poured in seven goals, and was credited with six assists for thirteen points. He has also skated in seven playoff games in 2011, but was unable to register a point.
McDonnell didn't suit up this season for the Otters, and he is set to join a Kalamazoo team that has lost four of its last five games, and is looking for offensive production. McDonnell is poised to make his Jr. K-Wings debut tonight, against the Michigan Warriors, a team that Kalamazoo is 12-2 against over the course of the last two seasons. He will wear number 19 for the Jr. K-Wings.
The Jr. K-Wings will hit the ice again on Wednesday, November 14th, as they take on the Michigan Warriors at 7 p.m. at the Perani Hockey and Event Center in Flint.
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