Boise, ID – Head coach and director of hockey operations Hardy Sauter has added a pair of rookies to his training camp roster, each of whom played briefly for the Idaho Steelheads late last season.
Defenseman Dustin Molle and forward Kael Mouillierat combined to skate in eleven games with Idaho last season after completing their college careers.
Mouillierat played in nine games after finishing at Minnesota State, where he was a teammate of recently-signed forward Geoff Irwin. The 5-foot-11 Edmonton, Alberta, native netted a goal in his first professional game at Ontario on March 19. He finished the campaign with two goals in those nine contests.
Molle, 24, skated in two games with Idaho when the Steelheads were in Alaska late in the regular season. The Anchorage native did not register a point. In three seasons at Alaska-Fairbanks, Molle had two goals and eight assists from the blue line and, at 6-foot-2 and over 200 pounds, brings size to Idaho’s back line.