6' 5" Weight:
Adirondack Thunder College Experience:
Armstrong played 16 games for the Adirondack Thunder this season without recording a point. He signed with Adirondack on December 13 after starting the season with the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs of the Southern Professional Hockey League. Armstrong scored five goals without notching an assist in 15 games with Roanoke.
Armstrong last season played 29 ECHL games spread among five clubs- the Norfolk Admirals, Brampton Beast, Manchester Monarchs, Idaho Steelheads and Indy Fuel. He scored once and added three assists in a 16 game stint with Indy after going pointless on each of his other four ECHL stops. Armstrong also scored a pair of goals and collected five assists in 22 SPHL games with the Rail Yard Dawgs last year.
In 2015-16, Armstrong sent the bulk of his first full professional season with the SPHL’s Louisiana IceGators. He produced one goal, 11 assists and 12 points in 50 games with Louisiana and also skated in seven ECHL games for Brampton. Armstrong broke into the pro ranks when he played four games for the Kalamazoo Wings late in the 2014-15 season.
Armstrong turned pro immediately after completing his senior season at Division III Finlandia University in Hancock, Michigan. Armstrong totaled 13 goals, 31 assists and 44 points in 89 career collegiate games. He captained the Lions his final two seasons at Finlandia after being named to the Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association All-Rookie team in 2011-12.