skip navigation

The Musketeers acquire Center Adam Kadlec

By Jake Debo, 01/10/18, 11:45AM CST


Kadlec set to join team this weekend.

SIOUX CITY, IA—The Musketeers have acquired forward Adam Kadlec the team announced Wednesday afternoon.

Kadlec, a 6’3” 190lb Centerman, has spent most of this season playing for the Windsor Spitfires of the OHL.  In 23 games with Windsor this season Kadlec has recorded 3 points on 3 assists.  Kadlec also played two games for the Oshawa Generals of the OHL to start out the 2017-18 season before being moved to Windsor.  Last season Kadlec played for the Prince George Cougars and Prince Alberta Raiders of the WHL. He spent only 6 games with the Cougars and the remaining 54 with the Raiders, where he racked up 5 goals and 9 assists for 14 points.  

Musketeer Head Coach Luke Strand is looking forward to adding another sizeable center to a growing (in number and size) forward corps, “We’re really looking forward to adding Adam’s size and experience to our forward lineup.  His acquisition continues to grow our forward group in a manner that we feel will help us compete down the stretch.” 

Kadlec will join the team as they travel up to Plymouth for two games against the USNTDP U-18 team before returning to his native Chicago to take on the Steel on Sunday afternoon.  As always you can catch all three games live at Buffalo Wild Wings.