Comets Sign Corson for Upcoming Season
Utica, NY - The Utica Comets General Manager, Dan MacKinnon, announced today that the team has signed forward, Noah Corson, to a two-way AHL contract for the 2022-23 season.
Corson, 24, hails from Sherbrooke, Quebec. Last season, he played for both the Chicago Wolves and Norfolk Admirals (ECHL). With the Admirals, he ranked second on the team in scoring with 55 points while scoring 24 goals and 31 assists. He also led the team in penalty minutes with 162. Corson played in his first AHL games with the Wolves without registering a point in either game. The 5-foot-11, 165-pound forward is the son of longtime NHL player and former NHL All-Star, Shayne Corson.
Season Ticket Memberships are now available for the 2022-23 Season. All new Season Ticket Members will receive an exclusive Comets 10th anniversary jersey with their ticket package. Season ticket information is available at uticacomets.com/szn. Comets fans can guarantee a ticket to five premier games with the premier pack. This five-game package starts as low as $99 at uticacomets.com/tickets. Single game tickets will be on sale later in the summer.
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