The Milwaukee Power have signed forward Michael Dalaly for the 2021-22 season. Dalaly was acquired via trade from the Texas Brahmas in early December after putting up 3 goals in 6 games. He would go on to score 8 goals and 6 assists for 14 points in 26 games with the Power and made a significant impact on special teams.
“Michael is the type of player every coach wants to have on the roster,” said Nate Eminger, Power Head Coach. “His determination, grit, and hunt for the puck make him one of the toughest to play against. I look forward to continuing Michael’s development and helping him reach his hockey goals.”
The Power look to get off to a faster start this fall as they expect the offense to improve in scoring and consistency with the veteran presence of Dalaly, Marion, and Ausmus. Stay tuned for more signings in the coming weeks.