IHM Welcomes NCAA Center Cam Wright

by Chris White

International Hockey Management is proud to announce the signing of American center, Cam Wright. The 5’10, 183 pound left shot was born on August 10, 1996, and is from Dummerston, Vermont. Wright just completed his Senior year at Stonehill College, NCAA Division III. He is now looking to take his game overseas, to the European pro level.

In his final season, Wright exploded for over a point-per-game pace, finishing with a stat line of: 29GP-17G-13A-30PTS. It was a career-best, for Cam, who was also named to the Northeast 10 First Team All-Conference, All-Tournament Team, All-Academic Team, and scored the game-winning goal to become an NE10 Champion. Wright’s 17 Goals and 30 Points were good for 2nd & 8th in the NE10, respectively. He also became the Stonehill College All-Time Leader with 106 career Games Played, which included a stat line of: 40G-45A-85PTS. It certainly was a storied career, for the 2016-2017 Stonehill College Men’s Ice Hockey Rookie of the Year. Prior to NCAA, Wright was the All-Time Scoring Record Holder at Vermont Academy (US-Prep).

Stonehill College Skyhawks Head Coach, David Borges, commented, 

"Cam is a very skilled center who played an integral part in our success during the regular season, and in our team’s 2020 NE10 Tournament Championship. Cam has great puck skills and skates extremely well. Cam’s speed and edge control allow him to attack defenders, and make him elusive in one-on-one situations. Cam has a nose for the net, and put up strong offensive numbers: 44 Goals and 45 Assists in 106 Games, over the past 4 years. He capped-off a great Senior season with 1.03 Points-Per-Game, 17 Goals, and 13 Assists, for 30 Points in 29 Games. Cam was also challenged with an additional new role as a penalty kill during his Senior season. Cam embraced this challenge and this made him a more well-rounded and complete player. I was proud to see Cam’s hard work pay off during his senior year, in which he scored the game-winning goal in the NE10 Tournament Championship game, and  was named to the NE10 All-Tournament team.”

International Hockey Management President, Chris White, added, 

“Cam is a bit of a maverick, on the ice. I haven’t seen too many players at the NCAA level that combine his one-on-one skill level and the level of confidence he plays with. He has the ability to turn any attack into a highlight reel play. Although, it should be no surprise, as he’s been a big time point producer for many years. I think there are a lot of teams that could use an offensively-dynamic pivot, like Cam. We at IHM are excited to help Cam realize his dream of playing professional hockey overseas, and look forward to seeing him continue to thrive as he progresses in his career."


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