Josh Watterson, the 5’10” 160 lb 1998 birth year forward from Sinking Spring, PA. Is back for his first full season with the Stampede. Watterson came to the club last season from the Central Penn Panthers organization as a call up player that in the final months of the season became full time with the squad. “Josh is a hard working kid that does what is asked of him from working special teams to being a defensive style forward.” states Stampede Coach Mike Beavis.
Last season Watterson had 3 goals and 2 assists in 17 games with the Stampede and is looking to build on those numbers this season. Watterson is not the only Central Penn product to join the Stampede as there are a trio of players that made the jump to the NA3HL this season as full time additions.
The Stamp will continue their home stand this coming weekend with 3 games in 3 days. Friday the team will host the Roc City Royals at 7:30 PM at the “Fort” Then the Jersey Shore Wildcats will come to town on Saturday and Sunday. Game time Saturday is 7:30 puck drop and Sunday at 1:00 PM. The Stampede will then hit the road for the first time this season traveling to Coastal division opponent The New England Stars on September 30th and October 1st.