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Morrison Joins Wolves’ Blue Line


July 27, 2017

The Chicago Wolves announced Thursday that defenseman Kenney Morrison has signed with the club for the 2017-18 season.

The Lloydminster, Alberta, native comes to the Wolves after spending three seasons in the Calgary Flames organization. Through 105 games between the Adirondack Flames and Stockton Heat, Morrison collected 31 points (9G, 22A) and 70 penalty minutes.

Prior to turning pro, the 25-year-old skated three seasons for the Western Michigan University Broncos. In 115 collegiate contests, Morrison registered 16 goals and 38 assists for 54 points to go with 151 penalty minutes.

Morrison joins Bryce Gervais, Scooter Vaughan and Tyler Wong under AHL contract for the 2017-18 campaign.

The Wolves will begin their 24th season on Friday, Oct. 6 in Cedar Park, Texas, against the Texas Stars. The club returns home to Allstate Arena to face the Ontario Reign for the first time in the home opener at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14. For a complete 2017-18 game schedule or for more information regarding tickets, visit ChicagoWolves.com.

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