Cody Reichard (G)
Reichard signed with the IceMen on 11/21/15 as a free agent after spending part of the 2014-15 season with the Indy Fuel, before finishing the season with the Stockton Thunder. He bounced around in 2013-14, starting in Fort Wayne (ECHL), before stints in Iowa (AHL), Utah (ECHL) and Orlando (ECHL). In his first season of pro hockey in 2012-13, Reichard debuted in Stockton, where he'd return two years later, and was briefly called up to the Houston Aeros (AHL).
Reichard spent four seasons with the Miami (OH) University RedHawks, where he was teammates with IceMen forward Alex Wideman for a short time. Reichard finished his college career with 53 wins, and his best season was his sophomore year, when he went 19-4-3, with a 1.87 goals-against average and a .921 save percentage.