September 22, 2022 – Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) – Peoria Rivermen News Release
PEORIA, IL – The Rivermen introduced on Thursday that they’ve signed three veteran forwards from last season’s championship squad. Kasey Kulczycki, Cayden Cahill, and Robert Holyoke have all signed with the Rivermen forward of the 2022-23 season.
Kasey Kulczycki, a local of Laval, Quebec, is a four-year veteran of the Southern Professional Hockey League relationship again to 2019. Kulczycki has played with the Birmingham Bulls, Knoxville Ice Bears in addition to the Peoria Rivermen during his professional career. Kulczycki netted three targets for the Rivermen in just four video games performed through the 2021-22 common season. During the Rivermen’s playoff run, Kulczycki netted three targets and one help in 9 games. Before coming into the professional ranks, Kulczycki performed 4 years of division III school hockey on the State University of New York-Canton.
Cayden Cahill, a local of Anchorage, Alaska, made his professional debut last season with the Rivermen playing in 8 games in the course of the common season plus three in the playoffs. Cahill netted a aim and an assist over the course of that span. Before getting into the professional ranks, Cahill played division III college hockey for five years with the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and also boasts junior hockey experience with the Fairbanks Ice Dogs of the North American Hockey League.
Finally, Robert Holyoke made his skilled debut with the Rivermen late in the 2021-22 marketing campaign. Playing just four games across the regular season and playoffs, Holyoke accounted for just two penalty minutes but gained invaluable experience as a result. A native of Taunton, Massachusetts, Holyoke performed division III school hockey for 3 years with Assumption College.
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