MENU

Justin Auger receives first ever NHL recall

Former Storm forward Justin Auger was recalled by the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday.  Should he debut with the Kings, Auger will become the 53rd alumnus to play in the NHL.

The 23-year-old Auger (born May 14, 1994) is a 6-6, 232-pound native of Kitchener, Ontario who has appeared in three games this season for Ontario, going scoreless with four penalty minutes. This marks his first career NHL recall.

Selected in the fourth-round (103rd overall) of the 2013 NHL Draft, Auger has appeared in 202 career AHL games with Ontario and Manchester, posting 85 points (43-42=85), a plus-30 rating and 178 penalty minutes. He played in all 19 games during Manchester’s 2015 Calder Cup Championship run, where he recorded two points (1-1=2) and eight penalty minutes.

Visit ontarioreign.com to continue reading


Stay connected with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, for future updates!

The 2017-18 Season is proudly presented by RBC.

More News
Storm acquire Jack Hanley from Hamilton
5 days ago
Storm name Chad Wiseman Assistant Coach
6 days ago
Join the Storm's PA team on September 3rd vs. the Steelheads!
3 weeks ago
OHL prospects competing at Hockey Canada's National Under-17 Development Camp
3 weeks ago
Former Storm forward Michael Latta to play in the KHL next season
3 weeks ago
Storm defenceman Ryan Merkley signs with Sharks
4 weeks ago