The centerman is entering his third year in professional hockey, logging each of the last two seasons with the Toledo Walleye and Quad City Mallards. Last season Globke, 24, played a team leading 70 games with the Mallards. His 36 points (12g-24a) were fourth best on the roster including a team-leading three shorthanded goals.
Globke played an additional 29 games as a rookie with the Walleye in 2016-17, notching 17 points (5g-12a).
Before turning pro, the Waterford, Michigan native played three seasons at Lake Superior State University. In 100 NCAA games, Globke collected 49 points (21g-28a) and led the team in scoring as a freshman. In his first collegiate season, the center notched 31 points (12g-19a) in 36 games. Prior to his enrollment with the Lakers, he tallied 68 points (24g-44a) in 60 games with the Carleton Place Canadians.