Rays sign forward Luke Greiner

With the departure of Parker Stanfield back to the SPHL and the injury to Anthony Collins, the Stingrays needed another forward.

They signed former Harvard standout Luke Greiner.

Luke Greiner

Rays sign Luke Greiner


Carbery said he might bring another forward before Friday’s game with Gwinnett.

Greiner was playing for the Mississippi Surge of the Southern Professional Hockey Leauge (SPHL).

Greiner, 23, dressed in nine games with the Surge scoring three goals and five assists for eight points after the starting the season in training camp with the Bakersfield Condors (ECHL). Last season, Greiner skated in one game with the Greenville Road Warriors (ECHL) after completing a four-year collegiate career at Harvard University alongside Stingrays defensemen Ryan Grimshaw and Brendan Rempel. With the Crimson, the 5-foot-10, 187-pound forward totaled 43 points (21 goals, 22 assists) in 123 contests.

One thought on “Rays sign forward Luke Greiner

  1. I really like what I saw from Greiner. He’s sorta like Gaul and getting a goal in his first game is a real plus. I hope he stays after the call up come back.

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