On Thursday October 1st, the Indy Fuel announced the signing of Canadian forward David Broll. The two sides agreed to terms on a standard player contract for the upcoming season.
Broll joins the Indy Fuel after spending 2019-20 playing in the Elite Hockey League. He did so with the Coventry Blaze. Standing at six-foot-two, the forward played in 25 games last season while also serving as the team’s alternate captain. In those games he started in, Broll tallied nine goals along with nine assists.
A native of Mississauga, Ontario, he was selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs 152nd overall in the draft’s sixth round. This was back in 2011. Appearing in five NHL games, the left-handed shooter recorded a single assist. Over the course of six seasons, Broll has played 274 games through a couple of stints in the AHL.
He spent time with the Providence Bruins, St. John’s IceCaps, Toronto Marlies and Syracuse Crunch. He’s also seen time with the Laval Rocket. For his AHL career, Broll has scored 13 goals along with 26 assists for 39 points.
While doing so in 274 games, he also added 592 penalty minutes. Broll also made an appearance in 45 games between Orlando and Jacksonville. In those 45 games, Broll recorded eight goals along with 14 assists. In 2014-15, he was also named to the ECHL All-Star Game.