Former Chief Trevor Glass Signs with Hartford Wolfpack
SPOKANE, Wash. - Former Spokane Chief defenseman Trevor Glass has signed an American Hockey League contract with the Hartford Wolf Pack.
Glass, 21, goes to the Wolf Pack after a five-year Junior hockey career that finished last season with 57 games in Spokane. The 6-0, 197-pound Glass scored six goals and added 19 assists for 25 points. Those totals ranked him third among team defensemen in points, goals and assists. The Cochrane, Alberta native also registered 28 penalty minutes and a +16. In the postseason, Glass led all Chiefs blueliners in assists, and finished second among team defensemen in points, with four helpers in 10 games.
Glass won a Memorial Cup with the Chiefs in 2007-08, after being acquired in a trade from the Medicine Hat Tigers. He also helped the Tigers capture a WHL championship in 2006-07.
In 247 career WHL contests with Medicine Hat and Spokane, Glass totaled 21 goals and 61 assists for 82 points, along with 126 PIM.