On Tuesday November 17th, the South Carolina Stingrays announced the re-signing of Canadian forward and left-winger Cole Ully. The two sides agreed to terms on a standard player contract for the upcoming season.
Ully re-signs with the Stingrays for his second in the Lowcountry and his sixth of professional. While under an AHL contract with the Hershey Bears in 2019-20, the Calgary, Alberta native racked up 12 goals along with 36 assists. That would make for 48 points.
Ully’s 48 points were tied for third-most on the team last season. In addition to the points he amassed, Ully’s 36 assists were also tied for the team lead. He was originally chosen by the Dallas Stars in the draft’s fifth round back in 2013.
Onwards to the AHL, Ully would play 123 games between the Texas Stars and the Colorado Eagles. There, he only skated in two games. In addition to his AHL career, the forward has also spent time in the ECHL with both Utah and Idaho along with the Stingrays. During the portion he spent in the AHL, Ully racked up 20 goals along with 26 assists which made for 46 points. He did this through 123 games.
As for his numbers in the ECHL, Ully has tallied 135 points, scoring 46 goals along with 89 assists. He’s done so in 136 games played so far. Prior to making the jump pro, Ully played junior hockey with the Kamloops Blazers in the Western Hockey League. During his stay, he tallied 237 points, recording 95 goals along with 142 assists. He did so in 256 games.