On Tuesday September 8th, the Florida Everblades announced the re-signing of American defensemen Logan Roe. The two sides agreed to terms on a standard player contract for the upcoming season. This will be Roe’s sixth season with the Everblades hockey club in Estero, Florida.
During the 2019-20 season, Roe racked up 12 goals along with 26 assists for 38 points. He also was loaned to the Syracuse Crunch in the AHL where he recorded one point. He was also chosen to participate in the 2019 ECHL All-Star Game. As such, Roe was named as MVP of the annual event. Along with this, he was selected to the ECHL First All-Star Team.
Before making the jump pro, Roe played for Canisius College in the NCAA where he spanned four seasons. He recorded a total of 25 points. Roe helps guide the team to the AHA Championship in 2012-13.
Roe Staying With Everblades
While playing for the Florida Everblades, Logan Roe has been loaned to a handful of teams. He was first loaned to the Springfield Falcons of the AHL in 2015-16. Later on, in 2018-19, the defensemen was loaned to the Manitoba Moose.
Back in 2017-18, Roe helped the Everblades win the Brabham Cup. As such, the left-handed shooter was named as ECHL Performer of the Year. Through six pro seasons thus far, Roe has scored 28 goals along with 100 assists for 128 points.
Roe is from Cape Coral, Florida, and as a child, he grew up playing in the Jr. Everblades Association’s youth hockey program. During his tenure with the team, Roe has been known as a leader, serving as alternate captain the past two seasons. Fans will be happy to see Roe return when Florida takes to the ice in 2020-21.