Veteran player Gulick makes the move to Oswego

Dylan Gulick was acquired this past off season from the Binghamton Senators to help bring a bit more experience to a young Stampede team. Gulick the 19 year old forward from Easton, PA. is in his 3rd full season of junior hockey spending time with Wilkes Barre Miners NA3EHL, Binghamton Senators NA3HL and now with the Stampede.

“Dylan is a hard working kid that is a great guy to have around. He came to us looking to have a much bigger role this season. States Stampede coach Kyle Althen. Gulick who played in 45 games last year with Binghamton had 4 goals and 7 assists and was a + 10 on the season. The 5’11” 170 lb forward might just be what the Stampede were hoping for in a veteran player. “Dylan fits in well with us, he is adjusting to our systems and will be a great asset to the team going forward. He is a positive guy that really wants to play.” added Stampede coach Mike Beavis.

The Stampede will be back to work today preparing for this weeks tough cross divisional match-up VS the New England Stars in Tyngsboro, MA. Game time Saturday is 3:50 PM and Sunday at 1:20 PM. Both games will be live on Hockeytv.com