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Stockton has signed three defencemen to AHL deals


The Stockton Heat announced today they have signed free-agent defenceman Greg Moro to a two-year AHL deal and free-agent defencemen Noah King and Koletrane Wilson to one-year AHL deals, all three contracts starting in 2020-21 season.

Moro, an Edmonton native, played four seasons at Clarkson University, where he finished the 2019-20 season with one goal and seven points in 32 games. The 6-foot-4 blueliner was an assistant captain during his final collegiate season and helped lead Clarkson's third ranked defence in the NCAA to a stingy 1.85 goals-against-per-game.

BORN: Edmonton, AB

DATE: October 1, 1995

HEIGHT: 6'4″ WEIGHT: 210 lbs.



King played three seasons in the Western Hockey League, split between the Swift Current Broncos and the Spokane Chiefs. He had an impressive 2019-20 season with the Chiefs, scoring six goals and 34 assists for 40 points while posting a league-best +60 rating in 64 games.

BORN: Winnipeg, MB

DATE: July 2, 1999

HEIGHT: 6'4″ WEIGHT: 220 lbs.



Wilson, another Edmonton native, played three seasons with the Lethbridge Hurricanes of the Western Hockey League. This season, as an assistant captain with the Hurricanes, the right-shot defenceman scored eight goals and 33 points, with a +28 rating in 62 games. The blueliner recorded 90 penalty minutes during the 2019-20 season and totaled 210 penalty minutes during his final two WHL seasons.

BORN: Edmonton, AB

DATE: September 1, 1999

HEIGHT: 6'3″ WEIGHT: 220 lbs.


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