3rd year defenseman Patrick McNally(44) signed a one-year contract with Worcester Railers of the ECHL and was doing quite nicely scoring 12 goals and 12 assists with a +15 rating on the first year club.

The 6’2″ 205 lbs. blue liner takes those impressive numbers to a new adventure for the remainder of 2017/2018 agreeing with Leksands IF.

Originally a Vancouver Canucks‘ 4th round pick in the 2010 draft (#115 overall) he was traded to San Jose Sharks after he put in four years at Harvard University and inked for 2-years on an entry level deal.

He was reassigned to affiliate San Jose Barracuda, where he played 94 AHL games but was not given a qualifying offer to stick despite a decent sophomore campaign.

The recently turned 26-year old should be able to take it to the next level in Sweden’s tier two league, Allsvenskan and even likely will find himself moving up the hockey ladder to the SHL with some sound play.

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