TROIS-RIVIERES, QC – February 3, 2022 – Forward Lewis Zerter-Gossage returned to the Mariners from a loan to the AHL’s Tucson Roadrunners on Thursday. Zerter-Gossage had been with the Roadrunners since mid-November, shortly following his historic game at the Cross Insurance Arena on November 12th.
The 26-year-old Zerter-Gossage returned to Maine for his second stint, signing a free agent deal in the summer. He previously played for the Mariners while under contract with the Hartford Wolf Pack in the 2019-20 season. After spending the 2020-21 season in Germany, Zerter-Gossage returned to the ECHL in a big way, scoring seven goals and adding five assists in his first seven games of 2021-22. Six of those points came on November 12th at the Cross Insurance Arena when he scored five goals in an 8-7 overtime loss to the Trois-Rivieres Lions. The five goals and six points were both Mariners single-game franchise records. After playing one more game in Maine, Zerter-Gossage was loaned to Tucson on November 15th.
In eight games with the Roadrunners, Zerter-Gossage registered two assists. He’s played 38 career games in the AHL between Hartford and Tucson, and 28 in the ECHL with the Mariners and Reading Royals. Zerter-Gossage, a native of Montreal, QC, is a former captain at Harvard University.