Rookie Appeared in Five Games for Providence
January 16, 2012
The Providence Bruins, in their 20th season in the American Hockey League, announced today that forward Daniel Koger has been released from his Professional Tryout Agreement.
Koger went scoreless in five games for the P-Bruins since he was signed to a Professional Tryout Agreement on December 26. The Szekesfehervar, Hungary native has split time this season between the St. John's IceCaps and the Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL). In 14 games for Cincinnati, Koger has registered five goals and six assists. Koger is in his second professional season in North America. The right wing spent his rookie season with the Laredo Bucks of the Central Hockey League, skating in 64 games and finishing third on the team in scoring with 52 points (29g, 23a).
Prior to making his professional debut in North America, Koger played two seasons in the Austrian Hockey League. The 6'2", 195-pound winger made his professional debut in 2008-09 with Salzburg and recorded three points in 18 games. Koger, 22, registered seven goals and nine assists in 40 games with Szekeshfehervar Alba Volan in 2009-10.
*Information gathered from www.providencebruins.com