TRADE ALERT: Noah Wild acquired by Binghamton

by Rob Lippolis

BINGHAMTON- The Binghamton Black Bears have acquired defenseman Noah Wild of the Elmira River Sharks, in a trade on Thursday morning.  Wild's transaction marks the first trade of the offseason for Binghamton.  In return, Elmira receives the player rights to Cam Yarwood, who recently accepted a job as a coach for the Elmira Impact of the USPHL.

Noah Wild played with the Elmira Mammoth last season as a hybrid F/D; appearing in 31 games last year, he recorded 10 points, and finished the season with 46 penalty minutes.  During the season, he was named one of the assistant captains for the club.  Previously, Wild had spent the 2021-22 season with the Delaware Thunder. 

Wild, is a native of Wading River, New York.  Before turning pro, Noah was a member of the Post University hockey team all four years of college, where he also served as assistant captain for the final three seasons.  He now stands at 6'1" and weighs 210 pounds, adding more size to the Black Bears blue line.  

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