Oklahoma City - The Oklahoma City Barons
have signed defenseman Nathan Deck to a two-way American Hockey League contract, General Manager Bill Scott announced today.
Deck, 22, joined the Barons December 3 and had an immediate impact, recording an assist on his first shift of his first AHL game. With the Barons, he has scored six points (1-5-6) in 25 games. Before joining the Barons, the 5-11, 185-pounder from Sedley, Saskatchewan has amassed 43 points (12-31-43) in 79 games with the Stockton Thunder
over two seasons.
Prior to turning pro, Deck played four full seasons with the Prince Albert Raiders
of the Western Hockey League. In 272 games over those four seasons, he scored 118 points (22-96-118).