The South Carolina Stingrays announced they signed defender Colton Saucerman. Saucerman, 24, is from Colorado Springs and played hockey collegiality at Northeastern University.
Before arriving at Northeastern, Saucerman played for three years in the USHL and one year in the NAHL. In four seasons at Northeastern, Saucerman played in 140 games registering 64 points. Something to pay attention to is how he handles himself while his team is on the power play. While in college, 14 of his 20 goals were scored while his team was a man up. Look for that to continue next year in the ECHL.
After graduating, Colton signed a ATO with the Stingrays for their final four games. In those four games, he registered four points. The Stingrays then signed him to add them to their playoff run. In the playoffs he registered eight points in 15 games.
Colton was not drafted however, if he continues to play well, I can see him working his way up the ladder all the way to the NHL.