Dylan Gulick will be back in a Stampede uniform for the 2018-2019 season. Gulick who came to the Stampede in an off season trade with the Binghamton Senators in the summer of 2017 played a huge part in the Oswego offence last season. The 20 year old veteran player from Easton, PA. Was third in scoring for the team last season and they are counting on him to play a huge role on this seasons squad as well.
The 5’10 165 lb Gulick will be entering into his fourth season in juniors and is looking to make a statement with local colleges on the east coast. “Dylan is a great kid that has a way of loosening up the locker room. He has definitely come into his own over the past season since the trade and shown he can be a very big player in the league”. States Stampede Coach Mike Beavis
The Stampede are happy to have Gulick back in the mix and will look to his veteran status to help this seasons team in a big way.
The Stamp will open training camp this coming Tuesday September 4th at the “Murano Center” on the Campus of Oswego State College. Training camp will run Tuesday through Saturday with the first three days at the Murano Center at Oswego State before the team returns home Friday and Saturday for the final two days of training on their home ice at “The Fort”.
Sources say that there will be some very exciting news in the upcoming weeks pertaining to the NA3HL and the NAHL working relationship and player development model that both leagues are working on within their executive committees. The Stampede are also working on an additional few games VS some of the area ACHA programs for this season to help players get a better idea of the ACHA D-1 level of play.
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