Garrett Vermeersch

#13 Center

Height: 6' | Weight: 180

Shoots: Right | Years Pro: 4th

Born: Dec 20, 1989
Hometown: Macomb, MI

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2015-16: Began third SPHL season with Peoria, skating in 20 games, logging four goals and assisting on eight others…Notched season’s first points in three-assist performance 11/6 at Louisiana…Tallied four-game point streak 11/6-20…Traded to Knoxville for Ben Power 12/23…Finished the season with the Ice Bears, scoring 14 goals and adding 11 assists in 32 games…Posted four-game point streak 1/30-2/6, including two goals and an assist 2/6 vs Louisiana…Had a point or more in nine straight games March 3-26, including three assists 3/19 at Columbus…Played in all three postseason games for Knoxville, notching an assist as the Ice Bears were eliminated by Fayetteville in the first round 2014-15: Started the season with ECHL’s Quad City Mallards, scoring one goal in three games before being officially released 10/30…Played his second SPHL Season with the Rivermen, seeing action in 55 games and finishing second on the team with 42 points (18g, 24a)…Tallied his first point of the season, an assist, 11/2 at Louisiana…Posted a multi-point game 12/26 with a goal and assist vs Columbus…Notched a point in eight straight games 1/24-2/13…Notched a hat trick en route to four points 3/1 vs Fayetteville…Posted three points (1g, 2a) 3/13 at Huntsville…Tallied a point in all three playoff games against Louisiana 2013-14: Made pro debut with the Rivermen, scoring a goal 10/25 at Bloomington…Posted a hat trick and an assist 10/26 vs Bloomington…Had a point in 10 straight games, tallying eight goals and nine assists from 11/29-12/28…Potted a hat trick 1/11 vs Bloomington…Posted back-to-back two-point games 1/24 and 1/25 vs Knoxville…Notched five assists in a three-game span 3/1-3/7…Had a three-point performance with a goal and two assists 3/9 vs Mississippi Surge Northeastern University: Played four seasons at Northeastern, tallying 73 career points in 130 games, including 23 goals and 50 assists…10 goals as a junior tied the team lead in 2011-12…Led all Northeastern rookies with 23 points as a freshman, including a team-best 18 assists Junior Hockey: Played two seasons in the USHL, playing in 98 career games…Scored 17 goals and 28 assists in 56 games in the 2008-09 season with the Lincoln Stars to help the Stars to a USHL Western Division title