Trevor Forsythe has joined the Stampede after a season of U-18 in the USPHL. Forsythe from Mexico, NY. Will be a big part of the Oswego defensive corps this season. At 5’9″ 170 lbs he will add depth to a very good group of defenseman with this seasons team. “Trevor has an offensive side to him and will jump in the rush when he sees an opportunity, he will also be a very physical player for us.” states Stampede coach Kyle Althen. Forsythe, the 1998 birth-year player has 2 goals and 3 assists in 9 games so far for the Stamp. “Trev is a great kid and is a great guy in the locker room. We are working on some things with him now positionally as he wants to continue his hockey at SUNY Canton. It’s a big jump for a 98 but we will see how he progresses this season and see where it leads us.” added coach Beavis
The Stampede and Forsythe will head to Niagara Falls this weekend to take on the Power-hawks both Saturday and Sunday. Saturday’s game is 6:00 PM and Sunday at 1:00 PM Be sure to catch all the action live on hockeytv.com As the Stampede look to gain sole possession of 3rd place in the Northeast division of the NA3HL.