Monsters Sign Forward Carson Meyer to AHL Contract
CLEVELAND - The AHL's Cleveland Monsters, top affiliate of the NHL's Columbus Blue Jackets, announced Thursday that the club signed forward Carson Meyer to an AHL contract for the 2020-21 season. Originally selected by the Blue Jackets in the sixth round (179th overall) of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Meyer posted 17-14-31 with 26 penalty minutes and a +8 rating in 35 appearances for the Ohio State University last year.
A 5'11", 181 lb., right-shooting native of Powell, OH, Meyer, 23, supplied 42-47-89 with 114 penalty minutes and a -12 rating in 137 career NCAA appearances for Miami University and Ohio State spanning four seasons from 2016-20, helping OSU claim the 2018-19 Big Ten regular-season championship. Prior to his collegiate career, Meyer tallied 32-20-52 with 47 penalty minutes and a +9 rating in 58 career USHL appearances for the Tri-City Storm spanning parts of two seasons from 2014-16, helping Tri-City claim the 2015-16 Clark Cup as USHL Playoff Champions.
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