The Johnstown Tomahawks are heading to the west coast this weekend and they'll be taking an extra defenseman with them. Logan Hudson has joined the team as an affiliate player and will be available for the team while they are in Wenatchee.
Hudson tried out for the Tomahawks during the off season but failed to make the team. Since that tryout, Hudson has improved his game to a point that Johnstown felt it was a good time to take another look at the young D-man and have him as insurance as the team is 2,429 miles away from home.
This season Hudson has been playing for the Michigan Hounds. The Hounds play part of their season in the NAPHL. In nine games, Hudson has one assist and 14 penalty minutes.
Hudson stands at 6'1, 210lb and is a 1995 birth year player.
In AAA action with the Hounds, Hudson has played in 30 games, scoring two goals, seven assists, good for nine points, and has 87 penalty minutes.
The Tomahawks take on the Wild this Saturday and Sunday, and then take them on again the following weekend.
We've updated the roster page, which you can check out now.
Note: Cameron Smith, was sent back down to the Potomac Patriots. Smith, anther affiliate player, can be called up to Johnstown at any time.
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