Griffins assistant coach Mike Knuble’s son Cam signs with Western Michigan

From the Western [Michigan University] Herald’s Derek Patterson:

Western Michigan hockey has announced the addition of Cam Knuble to the 2020-21 roster. The Grand Rapids native joins the Broncos after three seasons in the USHL, including two with the Muskegon Lumberjacks. The 6-foot, 200-pound forward appeared in 118 games in his USHL career and served as an assistant captain for the Lumberjacks last season. Before Knuble made it to the USHL, he spent time with the Fox Motors Youth hockey organization.

“Cam is a player that made a late change in his college commitment and we are excited to have him in our program,” said head coach Andy Murray in a press release. “Cam is a quality young man and his versatility as a player is something we need. We believe that he will thrive in our culture and that his best hockey days are in front of him.”

Knuble is the son of former NHL player Mike Knuble, who played in 1,100 career games with the Detroit Red Wings, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals. Mike Knuble also won a Stanley Cup with Detroit  in 1998 and a national championship with the University of Michigan in 1994.

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