Lizon, Huff agree to terms with Wichita

Wichita, Kan. – The Wichita Thunder announced that they have come to terms with forwards Erick Lizon and Andy Huff for the 2015-16 season.

Lizon returns for his fifth year in a Thunder uniform and his 10th as a pro. A native of Kitchener, Ontario, Lizon led Wichita in penalty minutes while also having his best offensive output of his career collecting 18 points (7g-11a) in 71 games last season. In 492 career games, Lizon has amassed 1,362 penalty minutes and ranks ninth all-time in Thunder history in that same category (552). He began his pro career with the Rockford IceHogs of the United Hockey League in 2006-07 before heading to the Oklahoma City Blazers. Lizon has 31 points (13g-18a) in 178 career ECHL games with Bakersfield and Wichita.

Huff begins his second year as a pro and first in Wichita. A native of Howell, Mich., Huff split his rookie season between Idaho, Rapid City and Florida where he tallied eight points (1g-7a) in 21 games. The Ferris State University product scored his first professional goal on Jan. 17, helping Rapid City get past Missouri. During his four-year career at Ferris State, Huff collected 50 points (22g-28a) in 128 games with his best season coming during his senior campaign where he finished with 25 points (11g-14a) in 40 games.