Howdeshell among overage players thriving offensively

Recent News

Howdeshell among overage players thriving offensively

December 4, 2018 11:01 pm

SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT. – When it comes to overage players in the Canadian Hockey League, the impact can vary but the role they play is a key one.

A look across the country sees a number of overage players coming through offensively for their respective clubs and some of those players are drawing pro interest thanks to big seasons.

One such player is Soo Greyhounds forward Keeghan Howdeshell.

Drafted by the Greyhounds in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection, the Brighton, Mich., native spent two seasons with the U.S. National Development program and had committed to play college hockey at Ferris State.

Back to News

One of the greatest things about Kurt and all the people with KO is that they bring in guys like Barry Karn and all these different skating and skill people that come in and help us to develop. They care about us off the ice but they obviously have to care about us on the ice and they bring in people to work with us to help us be better and I think that’s special.

— Rocco Grimaldi

View All Testimonials