The Atlanta Gladiators of the ECHL have signed two players for the 2017-18 hockey season. They have come to terms with forward Tanner Pond, who played the last four years with Northeastern University of the National Collegiate Athletics Association, and are bringing back forward Patrick McCadden, who played last year with the Gladiators.
Pond had one goal and two assists for three points in 38 games with Northeastern University in 2016-17. He also had 16 penalty minutes and was a -9.
McCadden had one goal and three assists for four points in 29 games with the Gladiators. He also had 45 penalty minutes and was a -6.
McCadden is four years older than Pond. McCadden is 28 years of age and Pond is 24 years of age.
The Gladiators also announced that they will have two additional promotions for the 2017-18 ECHL season. On Jan. 13 against the Jacksonville Icemen, they will be selling a Gladiators knit beanie for $5 and on Jan 17 also against the Icemen, the Gladiators will be selling dry-fit shirts for only $5. The promotions are part of the Gladiators' $5 Frenzy Promo nights. For ticket information to Gladiators games in 2017-18, please click here.