Press release: Griffins release Humitz from pro try-out

Per the Grand Rapids Griffins:

GRAND RAPID, Mich. – The Grand Rapids Griffins on Thursday released left wing Max Humitz from his professional tryout.

Humitz appeared in one outing with Grand Rapids from Dec. 31-Jan. 5, during his fifth stint with the franchise this season. He registered an AHL season-high two points (1-1—2) on Jan. 5 against Milwaukee. Throughout his two-year career, the left winger has appeared in 17 AHL games, compiling eight points (4-4—8), two penalty minutes and a plus-seven rating. A native of Livonia, Mich., Humitz has skated in nine contests with the Griffins this campaign, registering three points (1-2—3) and a plus-five rating. Humitz, 26, has recorded 12 points (8-4—12) and a plus-two rating in 13 games with Kalamazoo (ECHL) this year.

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