Clarkson alumni continue to make a mark in the American Hockey League this season, both on the ice and on the bench.
David Leggio has been the starting goalie for the Rochester Americans and is 9-6 with a 2.91 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage. He's also branched out to do local commercials:
Here are some highlights featuring Leggio from a game on Nov. 14:
Leggio is not the only former Golden Knight doing commercials. Here Brandon DeFazio of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers gives an announcement for area victims of Hurricane Sandy.
DeFazio has played in 17 games this season and has scored six goals with two assists. One of his goals was in this game on Nov. 9 against the Manchester Monarchs, coached by former Clarkson head coach Mark Morris. Manchester is in first place in the Atlantic Division with a 9-6-2-1 record. Morris is also featured in this video after the game highlights:
Former Clarkson captain Mark Borowiecki has been busy both playing hockey and playing the role of enforcer for the Binghamton Senators. Borowiecki has one goal and three assists through 16 games and he's already racked up 71 penalty minutes, mostly for things like this:
Clarkson's other alum in the AHL is Steve Zalewski, who has scored one goal with four assists in 14 games for the Albany Devils.