On Tuesday night, Endicott’s Logan Day from Seminole, Florida, made his National Hockey League debut in an exhibition game for the Edmonton Oilers. Prior to the exhibition game, Day signed a one-year contract with the Bakersfield Condors, American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate of the Oilers.
While at Endicott for two seasons, Day made an impact on the team helping to win the CCC Championship in the 2017-2018 season and to the NCAA Quarterfinals that same season. In his 56 games played for the Gulls, Day scored 30 goals and had 48 assists. He has the most points by a defenseman in program history for the men’s ice hockey team. He is also the first Endicott men’s ice hockey player to sign a professional contract.
Day received many honors in his time at Endicott, ranging from many CCC Player of the Week titles to a Joe Concannon Award finalist and semi-finalist along with CCC Player of the Year for the 2017-2018 season. Day was also working hard off the ice as a Dean’s List recipient.
The young man from Florida saw ice time on Tuesday night when the Oilers took on the Calgary Flames. Day played 20 minutes and 18 seconds which included a shot on goal. The Oilers topped the Flames 7-4.