Nashville forward Kulczyk gets call to the NAHL
October 24, 2014
Trent Kulczyk has registered at least a point in seven of eight games this season and included a hat-trick back on October 4th.
The Nashville Jr. Predators of the NA3HL are pleased to announce that forward Trent Kulczyk has been called up to the NAHL to play for the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees during their weekend games in their home series against Topeka.
Kulczyk, 18, is in his first season of junior hockey and has played in a eight games so far with the Jr. Predators. His eight goals in one behind the NA3HL leaders, who have nine and his 11 points is tied for 3rd on the team. Three of Kulczyk’s eight goals are game-winners, which is tied for the NA3HL lead.
The native of Kalamazoo, Michigan, is no stranger to the NAHL family of leagues. For the past three seasons, Kulczyk played for the Lansing Capitals in the NAPHL. The last two seasons were spent with the Lansing 18U team. Last season, Kulczyk (5’11/181) registered 19 points in 24 NAPHL games and during the 2012-13 season, he had 13 points in 22 games.
During the 2011-12 season, Kulczyk played for the Capitals 16U team and had 14 points in 18 games played.
Kulczyk has registered at least a point in seven of Nashville’s eight games this season and included a hat-trick back on October 4th.