The Buffalo Bandits announced the team has signed forward Brandon Robinson to a one-year contract, defenseman Carter McKenzie to a two-year contract and transition player Dalton Sulver to a three-year contract.
A four-year NLL veteran, Robinson (6’3”, 200 lbs., 10/13/1995) recorded seven points (4+3) and 18 loose-ball recoveries in three games for the Halifax Thunderbirds in 2021-22. His per-game outputs in goals (1.33), assists (1.00), points (2.33) and loose balls (6.00) represented NLL career highs in all four categories. The Pickering, Ontario native was selected by New England in the fourth round (33rd overall) of the 2016 NLL Entry Draft and has totaled 20 points (9+11) in 17 career NLL contests.
McKenzie (6’4”, 225 lbs., 1/1/2000), a rookie in 2021-22, recorded one goal and seven loose-ball recoveries in six games for the Calgary Roughnecks. A native of Fergus, Ontario, McKenzie was selected by Calgary in the third round (38th overall) of the 2021 NLL Entry Draft.
Sulver (6’1”, 213 lbs., 3/8/1998) completed his rookie season with the Bandits in 2021-22, collecting 12 loose balls in four games played. Before joining Buffalo, Sulver played five seasons for High Point University, where he posted 82 points (62+20) and 44 ground balls in 63 career games. The Kingwood, Texas native established career highs in goals (21), assists (9) and points (30) in 16 games during the 2019 campaign. The Bandits selected Sulver in the fifth round (76th overall) of the 2020 NLL Entry Draft.