Cincinnati, Ohio - The Cincinnati Cyclones have signed defenseman Eric Williams to a contract for the 2020-21 season. Williams headsto Cincinnati after spending his first full professional season with the Utah Grizzlies, where he was under contract to Colorado of the American Hockey League. During his time in Utah, he posted 23 points (7g-16a) over 62 games.Williams started his pro career with stints in Manchester and the AHL's Charlotte Checkers after completing a four-year stint at Northeastern University in 2018-19. During his time at Northeastern, Williams totaled 57 points (18g-39a) over 156 games. Williams was also a two-time conference champion as Northeastern won the Hockey East crown in his freshman and senior seasons.Prior to playing collegiately, the Newmarket, Ontario native played his junior hockey in the Ontario Junior Hockey League where he spent the majority of his time with the Aurora Tigers. During his junior career, Williams scored 85 points (36g-49a) over 112 games. In 2014-15, Williams took home numerous honors including CJHL Defenseman of the Year and Central All-Star nomination as well as OJHL Defenseman of the Year and All-Star nomination.
Cyclones sign defenseman Williams
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