Khull boys to Sault College

Randy Russon
July 6, 2018

Forwards Max Khull and Steven Khull are both moving on from the Blind River Beavers of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League to the Sault College Cougars of the American Collegiate Hockey Association.

The cousins, who both have 1999 birth dates, have each played three seasons in Blind River.

Both are from Echo Bay, Ontario, just outside Sault Ste. Marie.

Max, a one-time Ontario Hockey League draft pick of the Niagara Ice Dogs, led Blind River in scoring during the 2017-2018 NOJHL regular season with 28 goals, 36 assists, 64 points.

Steven played in 45 regular season games for Blind River in 2017-2018 and had 9 goals, 12 assists, 21 points.

Earlier this summer, Sault College signed high-scoring, 1999 birth date forward Mark Tassone from the NOJHL’s Soo Thunderbirds.

Coached by long-time local major midget hockey bench boss Mike Hall, Sault College will enter its first full season as members of the ACHA’s Michigan Collegiate Hockey Conference effective the 2018-2019 campaign.

What you think about “Khull boys to Sault College”

  1. Good luck Max and Steven
    You have been a real asset to the Beavers
    these past few years.
    We will miss you both.
    Linda Lamorie

  2. With all these players committing to our program and with Mark & Mike leading the program, Sault College is icing a quality team that will bring an exciting brand of hockey at the next level to the Sault.

  3. Too bad the games were not played at the gfl or rhodes rink. Not so much a road trip for us west enders. Hope the kulls and mark tassone have a good season.

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