Lambdin returns to Everblades
ESTERO, Fla. – Florida Everblades General Manager and Head Coach Brad Ralph announced the team has re-signed forward Logan Lambdin to a contract for the 2023-24 season. Lambdin, 27, was acquired by the Everblades at last season’s trade deadline from the Kalamazoo Wings in exchange for Kobe Roth. In 12 regular-season games with the Everblades, the Wyandotte, Michigan native notched 10 points (5g-5a), while registering 16 points (8g-8a) over 22 playoff contests to help Florida secure a second consecutive Kelly Cup championship, the third in franchise history. Before joining the Everblades, Lambdin appeared in parts of three ECHL seasons with Kalamazoo. In 77 total games with the K-Wings, Lambdin registered 56 points (29g-27a). His longest stint came in 2021-22 when he notched 50 points (27g-23a) over 66 games. Lambdin also made his American Hockey League debut in 2022-23, seeing action in 37 games with the Chicago Wolves, tallying 13 points (4g-9a). Turning professional after four collegiate seasons at Michigan State University, Lambdin posted 51 points (22g-29a) in 140 contests with the Spartans.
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