On Friday November 27th, the Indy Fuel announced the signing of Canadian right-winger Antoine Waked. The two sides agreed to terms on a standard player contract for the upcoming season.
Waked joins the Indy Fuel after spending last season in the American Hockey League. He did so with the Laval Rocket. The forward appeared in 32 games, where he recorded two goals along with three assists. He also racked up 54 penalty minutes.
Prior to his recall in October, Waked, 24-years-old, played another six games with the Adirondack Thunder. There, he amassed three points, having tallied one goal along with two assists. During his AHL tenure, the righty scored 11 goals along with 10 assists in 122 games.
Standing tall at six-foot-one, Waked also made an appearance in the ECHL, playing 13 games. In doing so, he tallied seven points, having scored two goals along with five assists. He also added on six penalty minutes.
Prior to making the jump pro, the native of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville spent four seasons playing in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. He did so with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, scoring 68 goals along with 89 assists. While playing in 224 games, Waked also helped the Huskies win the President’s Cup in 2015-16.