DULUTH, GA – Atlanta Gladiators President Jerry James and head coach Jeff Pyle announced Tuesday that forward Kamerin Nault has approved the terms for the 2021-22 season.
25-year-old Nault is entering his third full professional season after advancing to the American Hockey League for three games with the Manitoba Moose in 2020-21 while also playing 13 ECHL games with Greenville and Kansas City. In 2019/20 Nault collected 32 points (16 goals – 16 assists) in 40 games with the Swamp Rabbits.
The Winnipeg, Manitoba native made his professional debut at Greenville in 2018-19. Nault has scored 21 points (12 goals – 9 assists) in 20 games this season.
Before turning pro, Nault played three years of college hockey for the University of Manitoba, where he scored 26 points (16 goals – 10 assists) in 46 games.
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