Pee Dee’s Glumac Named C&T Plus Performer Of The Month

PRINCETON, N.J. – Pee Dee forward Mike Glumac is the C&T Hockey Products East Coast Hockey League Plus Performer of the Month for November. Glumac was even or plus in all 12 of the Pride’s games in November finishing the month at +17.

Glumac has been even or plus in 19 of Pee Dee’s first 20 games and enters December second in the ECHL in plus-minus at +22. Glumac’s teammate Matt Reid, who was the Plus Performer for October with +11, leads the ECHL in plus-minus at +24.

In his first professional season, the 22-year-old Glumac leads ECHL rookies in plus-minus (+22) and is tied for the ECHL lead among rookies with 15 goals while ranking second in scoring with 25 points. He was named CCM East Coast Hockey League Rookie of the Month for October.

The 6-2 and 205-pound Glumac scored a point in 10 of Pee Dee’s 12 games in November, finishing with 14 points (8g-6a) in the month. He has scored a goal in 13 games and has a point in 17 of Pee Dee’s first 20 games, including six multiple-point games. He leads the Pride in goals (15), game-winning goals (3) and points (25).

Glumac played four seasons for Miami University (Ohio) scoring 57 points (34g-23a) in 144 games, including a career-high 15 goals and 23 points as a senior in 2001-02.

Runners Up: J.P. Morin, Louisiana (+13) and Matt Reid, Pee Dee (+13).

Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Arkansas – Ernie Hartlieb (+7); Atlantic City – Jerry Galway (+7); Augusta – Jeff Szwez (+4); Baton Rouge – Sean Peach (+8); Charlotte – Dusty Jamieson (+5); Cincinnati – Thomas Scantlebury (+8); Columbia – Dennis Vial (+10); Columbus – Jeff Zehr (+5); Dayton – Jonathan Gauthier and Matt Poapst (+5); Florida – Marty Johnston, Ryan Murphy and Tom Nelson (+5); Greensboro – Geno Parrish (+8); Greenville – Martin Masa (+4); Jackson – Reagan Rome (+8); Johnstown – Jeff Sullivan (+5); Lexington – Van Burgess (+7); Mississippi (+10); Pensacola – Jeremy Van Hoof (+9); Peoria – Brendan Brooks (+9); Reading – Alex Kim (+4); Richmond – Jamie Herrington and Richard Pitirri (+12); Roanoke – Rick Kowalsky and Blair Stayzer (+4); South Carolina – Matt Desrosiers and Trevor Johnson (+11); Toledo – Alexandre Jacques (+12); Trenton – Kam White (+4); and Wheeling – Zenon Konopka and Bobby Russell (+4).