Monarchs Sign Colton Saucerman for 2018-19 Season
MANCHESTER, N.H. - Manchester Monarchs Head Coach and General Manager, Doug Christiansen, announced today that Colton Saucerman has signed with the Monarchs for the 2018-19 season.
The Monarchs are the ECHL affiliate of the National Hockey League's Los Angeles Kings.
Saucerman, 26, returns to the Monarchs for a third season after posting a career-high 41 points (5g, 36a) in 57 games during the 2017-18 season. In his career, Saucerman has played in 114 ECHL games between the Monarchs and South Carolina Stingrays, and has racked up 76 points (10g, 66a) and 147 penalty minutes.
The 5-foot-9, 194-pound native of Colorado Springs, Colo., played at Northeastern University from 2012 to 2016, where he skated in 140 games and recorded 64 points (20g, 44a), while winning a Hockey East Championship in 2016. Saucerman has now played in 17 AHL games for the Springfield Thunderbirds (12), Providence Bruins (3), Hershey Bears (1) and Ontario Reign (1).
Saucerman and the Monarchs open the season on the road against the Brampton Beast on Oct. 13, before coming home on Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. to play the Newfoundland Growlers. For tickets to Opening Night, Season Memberships and group tickets, please contact the Monarchs front office at 603-626-7825.
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