(Fort Wayne) - The Komets announced Tuesday that left winger P.C. Drouin has agreed to terms and has been added to the Komet roster.
Drouin, 33, previously skated 2 seasons with the Komets, 2004-05 and 2005-06, scoring identical records of 24 goals and 50 assists for 74 points each season. Drouin represented the Komets in the 2005 UHL All-Star game and led the Komets in the 2005 playoffs with 8 goals and 19 points. "Anytime you can add a player of P.C.'s ability to your team you have to do it," claimed Komet general manager David Franke. "P.C. is a very skilled player who will add to our overall offense and our power play. He is sound defensively and will easily mix in with our already talented team. We hope to get P.C. in the lineup this weekend."
Last season Drouin appeared in 26 games as a member of Morzine in the French league scoring 20 goals and 37 points. Drouin started this season playing 20 games in England with the Nottingham Panters (EIHL) registering 6 goals and 17 points before returning to Fort Wayne.
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