ECHL: Maine Mariners Re-Sign Rookie Forward

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The Maine Mariners have announced that they have re-signed forward Ty Cheveldayoff to a contract for the 2023-24 season. Cheveldayoff joined the Mariners on a PTO for their final two games of the regular season, where he would score the tying goal in the Mariners’ final game of the season, which was a must-win game, helping them sneak into a playoff spot. He would put up an assist while playing in all seven of the Mariners Kelly Cup Playoff Games and would lead Maine with 26 PIMs during the Kelly Cup Playoffs as all nine of his professional games have come against the Adirondack Thunder. The 6’3 forward had 100+ penalty minutes in his final two seasons in the WHL, so expect him to be a guy who won’t be afraid to throw his body around and could rack up the penalty minutes season for the Mariners.

Prior to joining Maine, the 21-year-old forward played parts of four seasons in the WHL with the Spokane Chiefs, where he put up 43 goals and 56 assists for 99 points in 194 games. Heading into the 2024-25 season, the Mariners are going to need to find a way to replace the scoring they lost in the off-season, and Cheveldayoff has already proved that he has no problem finding the back of the net and could be a guy that could see time in the top six for Maine next season and recently attended the Boston Bruins Development camp last week. Cheveldayoff is the third player to sign with the Mariners for the 2024-25 season.

Armand Klisivitch

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

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