ECHL: Kansas City Mavericks Announce 2023-24 Season-Ending Roster

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The Kansas City Mavericks have announced their end-of-season roster. Teams are allowed to have up to 20 players on their end-of-season roster. Kansas City’s roster consists of eight forwards, seven defensemen, and two goaltenders. Of these 17 players, the Mavericks can reserve the rights of the players and give eight of them qualifying offers by July 7. Of the eight that receive qualifying offers, no more than four can be players who are veteran status. The qualifying offers remain open to the players until July 22.

Forwards (8)

Cade Borchardt – Cade Borchardt first joined the Mavericks towards the end of the 2022-23 season after finishing his time as a Maverick at Minnesota State University-Mankato. Borchardt returned to the Kansas City Mavericks for the 2023-24 season, where he played in 71 games with Kansas City and had 24 goals and 53 assists for 77 points. He had 27 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +24. In the Kelly Cup Playoffs, Borchardt played in 18 games with Kansas City, where he had five goals and six assists for 11 points. He had eight penalty minutes and a plus/minus of 0.

Casey Carreau – Casey Carreau joined the Kansas City Mavericks towards the end of the 2022-23 season after finishing his collegiate season at Niagara University. In the 2023-24 season with the Mavericks Carreau played in 35 games where he had three goals and 14 assists for 17 points. He had 12 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +1. In the playoffs, Carreau played in five games with the Mavericks, where he had one assist. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of 0.

Cole Coskey—Cole Coskey played in 68 games with the Mavericks in the 2023-24 season, scoring 22 goals and 38 assists for 60 points. He had 12 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +14. Coskey also played in 20 playoff games with the Mavericks, scoring five goals and ten assists for 15 points. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -6.

David Cotton – After spending the three previous seasons in the AHL, David Cotton started the 2023-24 season in the ECHL with the Florida Everblades, where he played in seven games and had zero goals and two assists for two points. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -7. After joining the Mavericks, Cotton played in 41 games, where he had 14 goals and 24 assists for 38 points. He had 24 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +25. Cotton played in a total of 48 ECHL games, where he had 14 goals and 26 assists for 40 points. He had 26 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +18. Cotton played in 19 playoff games with the Mavericks where he had nine goals and seven assists for 16 points. He had eight penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -2.

Jake Jaremko – Jake Jaremko joined the Mavericks in the 2023-24 season for his second season as a Kansas City Maverick. He played in 49 games, where he had 15 goals and 12 assists for 27 points. He had 14 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +10. Jaremko played in 20 playoff games with the Mavericks where he had three goals and ten assists for 13 points.

Brad Schoonbaert – After playing at the collegiate level at the University of Calgary, Brad Schoonbaert joined the Kansas City Mavericks for the 2023-24 season. He played in 43 games with the Mavericks, where he had nine goals and 12 assists for 21 points. He had 14 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +7. Schoonbaert played in 14 playoff games with the Mavericks where he had two goals and one assist for three points. He had zero penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +2.

Nolan Sullivan – Nolan Sullivan played the majority of the 2023-24 season at the collegiate level with the University of Nebraska-Omaha(UNO). Sullivan played 40 games with UNO, with seven goals and nine assists for 16 points. He had 40 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +2. After completing his season at UNO, Sullivan joined the Mavericks, where he played in four games and did not register any points or penalty minutes, and he had a plus/minus of -1. Sullivan played in eight games with the Mavericks in the playoffs, where he had two assists. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +4.

Nolan Walker – In the 2023-24 season, Nolan Walker played in 63 games with the Kansas City Mavericks where he had 34 goals and 34 assists for 68 points. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +25. Walker played in 20 playoff games with the Mavericks where he had six goals and seven assists for 13 points. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +3.

Defensemen (7)

Jakob Brahaney – Jakob Brahaney played collegiately at Queen’s University before joining the Mavericks. At Queen’s, Brahaney played in 25 games, where he had two goals and nine assists for 11 points and 12 penalty minutes. After completing his season at Queen’s, Brahaney joined the Mavericks, where he played in 23 games and registered one goal and three assists for four points. He had zero penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +13.

Jared Brandt – Jared Brandt spent the 2023-24 season with the Kansas City Mavericks, playing in 33 games where he had one assist. He had six penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +10.

Theo Calvas – Theo Calvas played in 51 games with the Mavericks in the 2023-24 season, where he had three goals and 17 assists for 20 points. He had 20 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +22. He played in 18 playoff games with the Mavericks, where he had one goal and three assists for four points. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +5.

Marc-Olivier Duquette – Marc-Olivier Duquette joined the Mavericks for the 2023-24 season. He played in 70 games with the Mavericks where he had nine goals and 20 assists for 29 points, He had 65 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +29. In the playoffs, he played in 20 games with the Mavericks where he had seven assists. He had eight penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -2.

Nate Knoepke – Nate Knoepke played in 61 games with the Mavericks, where he had five goals and 13 assists for 18 points. He had 16 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +22. He played in 20 playoff games with the Mavericks, where he had three goals and three assists for six points. He had ten penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +2.

Justin MacPherson – Justin MacPherson started the 2023-24 season playing with Saint Mary’s University at the collegiate level. He played in 22 games where he had one goal and ten assists for 11 points. He had six penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +3. After finishing his collegiate season, MacPherson joined the Florida Everblades, where he played in one game, did not have any points or penalty minutes, and had a plus/minus of -1. When he joined the Kansas City Mavericks, he played in 11 games where he had four assists. He had six penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +12. In the playoffs, MacPherson played in 13 games with the Mavericks where he had one goal and two assists for three points. He had 11 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +6.

David Noel – David Noel began his 2023-24 season at the University of Quebec-Trois-Rivieres, where he captained the team and played in 27 games. He had 12 goals and 13 assists for 25 points and 26 penalty minutes in his 27 games played. After his collegiate season finished, Noel joined the Mavericks, where he played nine games and did not register a point. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -1. Noel played nine playoff games with the Mavericks, where he had zero goals and three assists for three points. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -1.

Goaltenders (2)

Dillon Kelley – Dillon Kelley played in 21 games for the Kansas City Mavericks where he had a record of 16-2-1 with 1147 minutes on ice. He faced 513 shots where he had 464 saves and 49 goals against for a save percentage of .904 and a goals-against average of 2.56.

Cale Morris – Cale Morris played in 32 games for the Mavericks, where he had a record of 21-7-2 with 1745 minutes on ice and one shutout. He faced 841 shots where he had 766 saves and 75 goals against for a save percentage of .911 and a goals-against average of 2.58. Morris played in nine playoff games with the Mavericks, where he had a record of 6-3-0 with 517 minutes on ice. He faced 277 shots where he had 249 saves and 28 goals against for a save percentage of .899 and a goals-against average of 3.25.

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