ECHL: Trevor Cosgrove Headed Overseas

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With the 2023-24 season over and it being June, it is a clear time to make some changes, and many players are heading overseas. That is no different for former Worcester Railers defenseman Trevor Cosgrove, who had a solid season for the hockey club. He will take his talents to Sweden, where he will be a solid addition for Kalmar HC.

Trevor Cosgrove was awarded named to the 2024 ECHL All-Star Classic. At the time, he was leading the Railers in points for defensemen. He was also third in shots taken for the club. During this season, he did play five games with the Bridgeport Islanders, where he would notch his first career AHL goal.

During the season, defenseman Trevor Cosgrove played in 59 games for the Worcester Railers. He scored 12 goals and 27 assists, totaling 39 points, which is immensely impressive for a defenseman.

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Prior to his professional hockey career, he played college hockey in the NCAA, playing for Colgate University and Northern Michigan University. In 168 games, he scored 22 goals and 49 assists for 71 points, which really showcased what he could do.

The Worcester Railers look forward to the 2024-25 season, during which they will look to fill the void at his defensive position. The team missed out on the playoffs in heartbreaking fashion a couple of years in a row, which always means a shakeup, especially on the roster. Cosgrove will definitely be missed by players, coaches, and fans, as he was a fan favorite. There is still hope that he will return to the ECHL and possibly the NHL.

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