ECHL: Adirondack Thunder Sign Shane Bull

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The Adirondack Thunder have announced that they have signed forward Shane Bull to a standard player contract. Bull has spent the last four years at Oswego, playing in three of those fours years, putting up 34 goals and 50 assists for 84 points in 72 games. He also had a breakout senior year in which he put 22 goals and 20 assists for 42 points in 26 games, leading the Lakers in goals and assists.

Bull is likely a fill-in signing for Adirondack, as Zach Walker and Brendan Less were both placed on IR. However, Walker’s IR stint is retroactive to 2/24. Adirondack also placed Shane Harper on reserve yesterday, so it is unknown if he will make the trip with the team to Trois-Rivieres and Maine as Adirondack wraps up a five-game road trip before heading home to play the Maine Mariners on Saturday Night. I would expect Bull to make his season debut tomorrow night in TR. Shane’s twin brother Noah also played for Oswego.

Armand Klisivitch

Inside The Rink ECHL Manager | Senior Editor Credentialed Reporter for the Adirondack Thunder & Worcester Railers.

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