Let’s continue our catching up series and meet more Thunder signees!
Today, we’re focusing on some of the returning players.
In part one, these three skaters are returning to Glens Falls after spending the 2017-18 season somewhere else:
The first official signing of the 2018 offseason, MacArthur returns to his hometown Thunder after spending last season with the Allen Americans. He appeared in just 22 games last season, with 5 goals and 8 assists. In 2016-17, the native of Clifton Park served as Thunder captain and picked up 63 points (24 G, 39 A) in 63 games, then had a goal and an assist in 6 playoff games.
Bradshaw returns to the Thunder after spending last season overseas with two different European teams. The native of Medicine Hat, Alberta, appeared in 20 games for Kallinge/Ronneby IF in Sweden’s Division 1, with 6 goals and 7 assists. Bradshaw would then appear in 13 games for Brest in France, picking up 5 goals and 4 helpers. In 2016-17, he appeared in 30 games for Adirondack after starting the season with the SPHL’s Mississippi RiverKings, picking up 24 points (7 goals, 17 assists), then appearing in 5 playoff games with one goal.
Kravchenko returns to where his professional career began in 2016-17, after spending last season in Fort Wayne. The native of California appeared in 50 games for the Komets last season, scoring 19 goals and adding 27 assists. He would also appear in 11 playoff games, with 2 goals and 6 assists. Kravchenko spent his rookie season in Glens Falls after two years at UMass-Amherst, and he would become a key member of the offense–in 41 games, he scored 17 goals and assisted on 25 others, then added four goals in 6 playoff games.