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Bottom pairing defender who can chip in a point or two


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March 2020 – Prior to last season, Summers signed a deal with the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL, an affiliate of the New Jersey Devils. He has shown moderate improvement with the Thunder and received his first taste of AHL action as he was loaned to the Binghamton Devils for nine games this season. He doesn’t serve as much more than organizational depth at this point, showing little in terms of NHL upside but his steady development could lead to a steady role in the AHL in years to come and possible a sniff of NHL action as an injury replacement in the next couple of seasons but even that would require a fairly stable role to be established in the AHL which he has been unable to do to this point. He should be well off your fantasy radar until further notice. Tony Ferrari 
August 2018 – After his four years of college were complete, Summers did not come to an agreement with the Sens and becomes an unrestricted free agent. He had solid numbers in his senior year with Clarkson (30 points, plus-19, 40 games) and should land a pro contract at other levels. A long shot despite still being relatively young at 22. Dobber
April 2018 – After producing 10 points in his freshman year, Summers showed improvement on the offensive side of the puck in each of the three subseque