The Texas Stars announced on Tuesday that forward Stephen Schultz has been recalled from the Idaho Steelheads, Texas’ ECHL affiliate.
Schultz returns to the Stars after scoring two goals and totaling three points in two games with Idaho. Prior to going to the Steelheads, he scored seven goals and totaled nine points in 32 games for the Stars this season. He joined Texas in late March of 2011 after concluding a four-year career at Colorado College from 2007-11. The 24-year-old rookie played in five regular season games without registering a point for the Stars in 2010-11. The 5-foot-11, 190-pound forward posted WCHA highs as a senior in 2010-11, scoring 17 goals and totaling 45 points in 43 games played. In his final two years as a Tiger, Schultz set up 43 goals and totaled 65 points in 71 games. For his collegiate career, Schultz scored 36 goals and totaled 86 points in 127 contests. The rookie played with current Dallas goalie Richard Bachman at Colorado College.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Schultz Returning from Idaho
Texas announced today that they have recalled Stephen Schultz from Idaho. After just two games in Idaho, Schultz added two goals, including a PPG, and an assist. Coach Pyle could use him in the lineup as a third line scoring punch. Texas got outmatched badly on the offensive side in Hamilton on Sunday. Schultz should be available for tomorrow's early game in Cleveland.