Kremyr re-signs with Alaska

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The
Alaska Aces have re-signed forward Jordan Kremyr for the 2013-2014 season, Aces head coach Rob Murray announced.

Kremyr, 27, has spent his entire 98-game career in an Aces sweater. He’s also added 10 playoff games to his resume. Last year, Kremyr battled through injuries to register 18 points (4g-14a) and 20 penalty minutes in 45 games. He served as a valuable two-way forward and penalty killer.

Kremyr jumped into the pro ranks with a strong rookie season in 2011-12, posting 24 points (14g-10a) and 50 penalty minutes in 52 games. He was Alaska’s leading rookie goal scorer that year, and finished second on the club in points by a rookie. Kremyr chipped in with three shorthanded goals, tying for the team lead, and finishing tied for fourth among ECHL rookies. The 6’0", 195 lbs. forward made his pro debut in March 2011, playing in one game while the Aces visited Las Vegas. Last season the Cloverdale, British Columbia native attended training camp with the Abbotsford Heat of the American Hockey League.

Prior to joining the Aces, Kremyr completed a four-year collegiate career at Providence College. He ended his college career with 27 points (13g-14a) in 104 games. Before playing in the NCAA, he played in the BCHL. In three seasons with the Alberni Valley Bulldogs, Kremyr had 196 points (82g-114a) in 180 games.