The UMass Lowell River Hawks have 29 former student athletes playing professional hockey across the globe this season. The Alumni Report takes a look at all their statistics and tracks their season.
Since our last check-in, Joe Houk notched his first professional goal for the Toledo Walleye; Christian Folin was reassigned to the Iowa Wild then recalled to the Minnesota Wild; Doug Carr was up and down between the Adirondack Flames and Colorado Eagles; Joseph Pendenza was recalled to the Milwaukee Admirals; Michael Budd was suspended and so much more.
David Vallorani continues to lead all former River Hawks in points, but Scott Wilson has definitely been the hottest alumnus over the past few weeks. The forward has tallied 17 points (10g, 7a) over the past 14 games, including a five-game point (3g, 3a) streak for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (AHL).
The report also includes statistics (up to February 24, 2015) and transaction details for all former River Hawks.
View the latest issue above, download a PDF below or pick up a copy at the Tsongas Center on Friday, February 27 or Saturday, February 28.
The UMass Lowell Alumni Report is produced by MILL CITY SPORTS with research help by Lowell alum and longtime season ticket holder Scott Kaplan. This report is NOT an official University publication, nor is it affiliated with any professional hockey league mentioned in the report. Questions? email@example.com