WORCESTER, MA- It was announced today by the American Hockey League (AHL) that Worcester IceCats right wing Mike Glumac was named the AHL Rookie of the Month for March. In 13 games, he paced the ‘Cats with 14 points: 13(7/7/14).

The Niagara Falls, Ontario product jumped back into the AHL’s rookie scoring race by picking up points in 10 straight games during the month. The streak remains the longest of the season for the IceCats and any AHL rookie. Glumac scored all 14 of his March points during the 10 game string, with a four game goal scoring streak tied into the impressive run.

With 48 points, Glumac is currently tied for third in the AHL’s rookie race, tied for second with 25 goals, all alone in second with eight power play goals and leads all AHL freshmen with 191 shots. The free agent signee is one of two IceCats to have played all 73 games so far this season. He will celebrate his 24th birthday this Monday.

With the Miami of Ohio grad acting as a key offensive catalyst, the IceCats had their winningest month of the season, going 8-3-1-1. Adding merit to Glumac’s impressive March, were five post game stars, including back-to-back number one star nods in mid-month wins.

The IceCats are on the road this weekend, with the first game coming tonight in Portland, Maine at 7:05 PM. The IceCats next home game is Wednesday, April 7th against the Hartford Wolf Pack. Faceoff at Worcester’s Centrum Centre is 7:05 PM. For tickets call 800-830-CATS.