Monsters Sign Clayton
Medicine Hat, AB - The Cleveland Monsters announced today that the hockey club has signed graduated Medicine Hat Tigers Alternate Captain Cole Clayton to a 1-year AHL Contract.
Clayton, 21, appeared in all 23 games for the Medicine Hat Tigers this season, recording 30 points (9 goals, 21 assists) while serving as an Alternate Captain this past season. Through 214 regular season games with the Tigers, the Strathmore, AB product notched 88 points (17 goals, 71 assists), 129 penalty minutes and was a career +27 rating.
The Medicine Hat Tigers organization would like to congratulate Cole and wish him all the best as he continues to the chase his hockey dreams in Cleveland.
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