Toledo, Ohio – Forward Conlan Keenan will make it a third straight year with the Toledo Walleye as he has agreed to terms for the 2023-24 season.Keenan skated in 60 games this past year in Toledo, posting 30 points (18g-12a) with a team-best +28 rating. The Webster, New York native was the only Walleye player to skate in all 72 regular-season games during the 2021-22 season. In his Walleye career, he has totaled 63 points (30g-33a) in 132 games while playing at a +44 rating. In his ECHL career, Keenan has scored 72 points (37g-35a- for 72 points in 160 contests with the Walleye and Tulsa.The 27-year-old dominated at the college level while playing four years for SUNY-Geneseo that included two seasons as team captain. In 110 college games, he posted 172 points (86g-88a). Keenan was named SUNYAC Conference Player of the Year in 2019-20 when he picked up 50 points (22g-28a), third-most in NCAA Division III that season.
Keenan inks deal to come back to Walleye
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