ESTERO, Fla. – Florida Everblades President Craig Brush, along with General Manager and Head Coach Brad Ralph, announced the team has re-signed forward Will Calverley to a contract for the 2023-24 season. Calverley, 24, joined Florida late in the regular season last year from Merrimack College. The Scarborough, Ontario native posted two points (1g-1a) in six regular-season games before a strong postseason run with five points (3g-2a) in 12 games helped the Everblades win a second consecutive Kelly Cup. Before turning professional, Calverley played five seasons of college hockey, with four seasons at RIT before finishing this year at Merrimack. In five collegiate campaigns, he totaled 111 points (52g-59a) in 163 games. His tenure was highlighted by a pair of AHA First All-Star Team selections (2021 and 2022), AHA West Co-Player of the Year, and Best Defensive Forward of the Year honors in 2021, while also being named an ACHA/CCM East Second Team All-American in 2021. Prior to his college days, Calverley spent two seasons with the Chilliwack Chiefs of the British Columbia Hockey League and the North York Rangers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.
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