GENEVA, Ill. – The Chicago Steel announced Wednesday the addition of forward Ryan Doolin (19). The Harvard commit played two seasons for Westminster Preparatory (USHS-Prep) where he tallied 43 points (19-24) in 49 games.
“We are excited to add Ryan to our mix up front,” said Chicago Steel General Manager Ryan Hardy. “His skill and playmaking ability should fit nicely in our group.”
Doolin also played two seasons with the Mid-Fairfield Rangers where he recorded 67 points (31-36) in 60 games. Prior to Westminster and Mid-Fairfield, the forward was part of the Boston Advantage program and played one season at Boston College High. The Hanover, Mass. native was previously drafted by the Youngstown Phantoms (2018 USHL Entry Draft, Rd. 8, #128) and Cedar Rapids RoughRiders (2015 USHL Entry Draft, Rd. 14, #224). At 6-foot-3, Doolin is the second tallest player currently on the Steel roster behind only Owen Power (6-foot-4). He will wear #21 this season.
The Steel will play four preseason exhibition games this season and currently have 15 forwards on the roster as part of the 27 players that reported to training camp. The active roster will be trimmed to 23 for the start of the regular season on September 27 at the Fall Classic in Cranberry Township, Penn.
Tickets for all Steel home games are on sale now, starting at just $10. Season ticket plans, starting at just 5 games for $45 are on sale now and fans are encouraged to participate in Mini Plan Mania with great weekly prizes through September 28. All tickets to home preseason exhibition games are $10 in the blue, white and red zones.
For more information, call 855-51-STEEL or visit ChicagoSteelHockeyTeam.com.