Andy Bohmback(39) Nottingham Panthers


Undrafted 3rd year left wing Andy Bohmback(39) has been a natural goal scorer in the ECHL registering above a point per game. In 159 contests, he’s tallied 172 points.

In his 2nd season with Trenton Titans he’s appeared in 37 games with 18 goals and 18 assists, good enough to lead the team in scoring. He lead the team in the category in his rookie season as well.

The 6’2″ 198 lbs. forward has received AHL call-ups in each of his pro campaigns but has only managed 3 assists in 17 contests.

His most recent recall had him sign a pto for one appearance with Worcester Sharks. He was only utilized in a limited fourth line role before being released.

In his first game back with the Titans he made a statement scoring once in the third and then sinking the overtime game-winner.

The 25-year old will likely either continue to be a sniper in the ECHL and maybe get lucky with signing a tryout contract that sticks or will split for Europe’s tax free pastures.

Original story: 1/18-13

A month after being returned he would be called up for a second time, joining Abbotsford Heat for 4 games and putting in his first AHL goal.

He would finish 2013/2014 skating 50 games for Trenton with 21 goals and 27 assists.

As theorized the winger decided to try his game overseas signing for his next year with SC Riessersee of DEL2.

He would see similar success in his new environment as he did in the ECHL with 24 goals and 36 assists in 54 contests, then adding 3 more helpers in 5 playoff match-ups.

For his next campaign though he decided for another change of scenery inking for a year with EC Dornbirner Bulldogs of Austria’s Erste Bank Eishockey Liga.

He would have a bit less success in this new territory but still did ok with 12 goals and 22 assists appearing in as many games as the prior season.

Going into his 6th pro year he’s decided to pick up his skates and plant them on new ice. This time he’s chosen the EIHL to dominate securing a deal with Nottingham Panthers for 2015/2016.

The now 28-year old should be able to explode on the score sheet as he’s done for most of his career, even through four years of college at University Of Wisconsin.

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