On Wednesday April 7th, the Indy Fuel announced the signing of American left-winger Terry Broadhurst. The two sides agreed to terms on a standard player contract for the season’s remainder.
Broadhurst joins the Indy Fuel after spending last season in the American Hockey League. He split 2019-20 between the Charlotte Checkers and Bridgeport Sound Tigers. Now 32-years-old, Broadhurst played in 33 games last year, where he tallied one goal along with eight assists. Since making the jump pro back in 2011-12, the native of Orland Parks, IL has skated in 292 AHL games.
Through six AHL seasons, Broadhurst has scored 47 goals along with 91 assists, amassing 136 points. As well, in 2018-19, he was named as an alternate with the Rockford IceHogs. While the forward brings a wealth of experience, he has also seen time at the ECHL level. In 2012-13, Broadhurst split that campaign, spending time with the IceHogs and the Toledo Walleye. Skating in 36 games, the winger racked up 12 goals along with 19 assists, amassing 31 points.
Before Broadhurst started his pro journey, the lefty spent three years playing with the Nebraska – Omaha Mavericks in the NCAA. Competing in 110 contests, Broadhurst collected 40 goals along with 50 assists through his collegiate hockey career. As a junior, he was appointed team captain, wearing the “C” for one season before he signed with the IceHogs. As for his tenure in junior hockey, Broadhurst spent two seasons playing in the USHL with the Sioux Falls Stampede. Through 116 games with the team, the fifth-rounder scored 34 goals and 47 assists, amassing 81 points.