The Chicago Wolves announced Tuesday that right wing Cody Beach has been reassigned to the Wolves from Alaska (ECHL).
The 22-year-old was reassigned by St. Louis (NHL) from the Aces following the team’s season finale April 11. BEACH was held scoreless in six games with Alaska, posting 26 penalty minutes and a -6 plus/minus rating after being assigned to the team March 30. He has contributed nine points (2G, 7A), 203 penalty minutes, and a -2 plus/minus rating in 39 games with the Wolves this season.
The Kelowna, B.C., native has accrued 27 points (9G, 18A) and 383 penalty minutes in 96 career AHL games with Peoria (2012-13) and Chicago (2013-15). He has compiled 12 points (4G, 8A) and 121 penalty minutes in 37 ECHL games with Evansville (2012-13), Kalamazoo (2013-14), and Alaska (2014-15).
BEACH was selected by St. Louis with its sixth selection, 134th overall, in the fifth round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
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