Daily Dose of the DUB: Pufahl retires from hockey, alumni news and more


Kehler signs with Herner EV 2007 of the German third league

Welcome, Mr. Colton Kehler! 👋🇨🇦Der Herner EV hat die zweite Kontingentstelle mit dem jungen Kanadier besetzt! „The…

Posted by Herner Eissportverein on Sunday, July 26, 2020

Kehler (200GP, 67G, 41A with Edmonton Oil Kings) has signed with Herner EV 2007 of the German third league. Last season Kehler played with the University of British Columbia scoring five goals and adding six assists in 24 games. It was his second with the team.

Pufahl retires from hockey

Pufahl (206GP, 23G, 84A with Red Deer, Saskatoon, and Everett) announced his retirement from hockey via twitter. Pufahl retired following two professional seasons that came after four seasons at Acadia University. Last season with the Glasgow Clan of the EIHL Pufahl scored six goals and added 20 assists in 47 games.

Bedard ready to bust out

Rod Pedersen’s DUB Things: Bedard ready to bust out

Rod Pedersen recently spoke with the WHL’s first-ever player to be granted exceptional status. Connor Bedard, who will wear #98 with the Regina Pats when hockey resumes, is excited to get started in the Western Hockey League.

Klinkhammer signs for second stint with HC Dinamo Minsk

Klinkhammer (230GP, 57G, 67A with Lethbridge, Seattle, Brandon, and Portland) has signed with HC Dinamo Minsk of the KHL for a second stint. He played for the team in 2016-17 and part of 2017-18 before being dealt to Ak Bars Kazan. Last season with Avangard Omsk, Klinkhammer scored 12 goals and pitched in 15 assists in 44 games.

Hulak signs with HC Thurgau

Hulak (267GP, 95G, 147A with Regina and Saskatoon) has signed his first European professional contact following six seasons in North American pro hockey. His contract is with HC Thurgau of the NLB, Switzerland’s second tier league. Last season Hulak played with the Manitoba Moose of the AHL, scoring two goals and adding an assist in 18 games. More details can be found HERE.


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