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2017-18 YEAR IN REVIEW: JOEY KILE KILE SET NEW STANDARDS DURING SOPHOMORE SEASON WITH THE TOMAHAWKS

KILE-ING IT in 2017-18

"I think as one of the older guys on the team, I got more and more comfortable each and every day."
Joey Kile greets fans before a game.

In his sophomore season with the Tomahawks, Joey Kile earned top minutes in key situations throughout the season. The native of Troy, Mich., was paired with billet brother Sam Solensky as well as Roman Kraemer. Together, the trio provide a lion's share of the Tomahawks offense throughout the season.

KILE BY THE NUMBERS

Kile set new career highs in goals, assists and points. He place in a second-place tie for goals with 18 and assists with 19. Kile was also lethal on the power play with five markers with the man advantage. Additionally, Kile scored on short-handed goal in a game against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights.

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Copyright: Phil Andraychak/George Lucas/Johnstown Tomahawks

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