The Texas Brahmas have added another high caliber center to the squad with the signing of Aaron Davis. Davis, 29, has averaged nearly 44 points in each of his five seasons in the Central Hockey League.
The 45 points by Davis last year were the second-most number of points he has put up in one CHL season, exceeded only by a 55-point campaign with the Austin Ice Bats in 2005-06.
Over the past five seasons, Davis played with four different CHL teams and notched 218 points (77 G, 141 A) He’s also added 146 penalty minutes, 20 power play goals, five shorthanded tallies and had 14 game-winning goals in that time.
Davis was with the Fort Worth Brahmas for 97 games during the 2003-04 and 2004-05 seasons scoring 63 points (26 G, 37 A) with 29 penalty minutes.
Previously, Davis played two seasons in the ECHL and two seasons in the NAHL. He also played for four years of NCAA hockey at Lake Superior State University.