Hausinger brothers to reunite in ECHL with Worcester Railers
They played in different leagues for the last four seasons, but now Anchorage brothers Kenny Hausinger and Cam Hausinger are set to reunite in the ECHL.
Both rookie forwards have signed with the Worcester Railers, a minor-league affiliate of the New York Islanders.
Older brother Kenny Hausinger enters his first professional season after wrapping up a four-year career at University of Massachusetts-Lowell, where he accumulated 39 goals and 40 assists for 79 points in 134 games.
He finished in the top four on the Riverhawks in scoring during his last three seasons and won a Hockey East championship in 2016-17.
Prior to college hockey, the 24-year-old spent the 2015-16 season in the United States Hockey League, leading the Des Moines Buccaneers in scoring with 16-32-48 totals in 60 games.
Cam Hausinger, 21, enters his first pro season after spending the last five seasons in the Western Hockey League with the Saskatoon Blades, Kootenay Ice and Red Deer Rebels.
Last season, he served as an alternate captain for the Rebels registering 13-25-38 totals in 61 games along with 84 penalty minutes. From 2015-20, he played 317 games in the WHL and amassed 68-93-161 totals.