Rob Bordson (LW)
Career Notes: Enters his sixth professional season after signing a PTO with Iowa on December 10, 2015. 2015-16: Started the season with the Providence Bruins (AHL). Appeared in 10 games, scoring one goal and four assists for five points. Also played in nine games for the Adirondack Thunder (ECHL), scoring nine goals and adding nine assists for 18 points. His nine goals and 18 points led the Thunder despite Bordson only appearing in half of the teamâ€™s gamesâ€¦2014-15: Played the entire season with the Chicago Wolves (AHL). He scored eight goals and 15 assists for 23 points in 61 games. Bordson also appeared in two of the Wolves five playoff gamesâ€¦2013-14: Played the entire season with the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL). Scored 11 goals and 14 assists for 25 points in a team-leading 75 games playedâ€¦2012-13: Led the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL) in games played for the second straight season with 76. He scored 12 goals and 13 assists for 25 points. The 12-goal mark stands as an AHL-career high for Bordsonâ€¦2011-12: Started season with the Trenton Titans (ECHL). Finished second on the team in scoring with 17 goals and 34 assists for 51 points, despite only playing in 38 games. Received a call up to the AHL-affiliate, Rochester Americans, appearing in 8 games before being dealt to the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL). Played in 24 games for the Phantoms, scoring two goals and five assists for seven pointsâ€¦2010-11: First professional season. Started season with the Syracuse Crunch (AHL), scoring one goal and two assists in 15 games. Played majority of the season with the Adirondack Phantoms (AHL). He scored seven goals and 14 assists for 21 points in 65 gamesâ€¦.Before returning pro in 2010 Bordson played collegiately at the University of Minnesota Duluth. He played three seasons for the Bulldogs, appearing in 82 games. He tallied 13 goals and 34 assists for 47 career points. He also helped the Bulldogs win the WCHA conference title in 2009.