Comets Sign Dyson Stevenson to PTO
Utica, N.Y. - Utica Comets General Manager Ryan Johnson announced today that the club has signed Dyson Stevenson to a PTO.
Stevenson, 25, has earned 29 points (11-18-29) and has racked up 102 penalty minutes in 39 games with the Wichita Thunder this season. He has also skated in six career AHL games between the Portland Pirates and Bridgeport Sound Tigers. The Shaunavon, SK Native has 130 points (52-78-130) in 279 career ECHL games.
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