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TUCSON (KVOA) — The Tucson Roadrunners have their first Sun Devil product.

The Coyotes recently signed left winger Colin Theisen to a professional tryout (PTO) contract.

Theisen spent last season (’21-’22) playing for Arizona State after dressing for his first four collegiate seasons at Notre Dame.

The PTO allows Theisen to appear in 25 games with the Roadrunners, at which point the Coyotes can sign him to another PTO or offer him a full-season contract.

Theisen is off to a good start in the AHL. He has three points, including two goals, in his first six games.

His only season in Tempe was a huge success. The Monroe, Michigan native has a program-high 42 points in 35 games






Colin Theisen broke the single-season points record in his only season playing for the Arizona State hockey program


HIGHLIGHTS: IOWA DEFEAT TUCSON 6-1

The Roadrunners’ playoff hopes are fading. Tucson fell to 0-3 in their current four-game home game with a 6-1 loss Tuesday night at Tucson Arena.

The Roadrunners (20-32-5-1) have led in all three games but have nothing to show for it.

Tucson remains 12 games behind Henderson for the final Pacific Division playoff spot. The club has only ten games to play.

Tucson and Iowa meet Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m.

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