CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Cincinnati Cyclones, ECHL affiliate of the NHL’s Florida Panthers and Nashville Predators, announced that they have agreed to terms with rookie forwards Jon Puskar and Andrew Huff along with returning defenseman Devon Krogh.
Puskar just completed his collegiate career at American International College where he led the team in goals (17) and points (35) during his senior campaign. His 17 tallies tied him for sixth in the Atlantic Hockey Association which earned him All-Conference Team honors. Over his four years at AIC, the Canton, Mich. native tallied 48 goals and 49 assists to finish with 97 points in 131 games tying him for third all time in their records books since becoming Division I. Puskar appeared in one game with the Florida Everblades last season.
Huff enjoyed a very successful collegiate career at Ferris State University. The 22-year-old Howell, Mich. native finished fourth on the team in scoring with 25 points (11g-14a) in 40 games. Huff was a member of the 2011-12 team that won the CHCA Regular Season Championship before eventually losing in the NCAA National Championship game. During his four years at Ferris State he totaled 50 points (22g-28a) in 128 games.
Krogh returns to the Cyclones after being acquired from Gwinnett on Dec. 27. The second year pro graduated from Ohio State University where he registered 41 points in 129 collegiate games. Splitting time between Gwinnett and Cincinnati, he totaled 11 points (2g-9a) while amassing 39 penalty minutes.