DULUTH, Ga. - Atlanta Gladiators President Jerry James and Head Coach Jeff Pyle announced that forward Kamerin Nault has agreed to terms for the 2021-22 season.
Nault, 25, enters his third full professional season after advancing to the American Hockey League in 2020-21 for three games with the Manitoba Moose while also appearing 13 ECHL games with Greenville and Kansas City. In 2019-20 Nault racked up 32 points (16g-16a) in 40 games with the Swamp Rabbits.
The Winnipeg, Manitoba native made his professional debut in 2018-19 with Greenville. Nault posted 21 points (12g-9a) in 20 games that season, and his play earned him a call-up to the next level where he recorded a goal and an assist in his first ever AHL game with the Moose.
Prior to turning pro, Nault played three years of college hockey for the University of Manitoba where he amassed 26 points (16g-10a) in 46 games.