Former record-setting Western Michigan goalie Riley Gill has signed with the Kalamazoo K-Wings of the East Coast Hockey League on Tuesday afternoon.
Gill makes his debut at K-Wings practice on Wednesday and could be eligible to play that night after spending four years with the Broncos. The Northfield, Minn., native finished his WMU career with 39 wins in 111 appearances, third most amongst goalies in school history.
In his four years, Gill recorded a WMU record eight shutouts, a school record .915 save percentage and the second-best goals against average in school history at 2.94. As a freshman he posted a 13-8-1 record on his way to making the Central Collegiate Hockey Association All-Rookie team.
WKZO.com's Sean Patrick spoke with Gill about this next step in his career.