28 year old Fullerton was the top ranked netminder in the Elite League last season for save percentage, with a 91.9% record over 15 games (injury cover) whilst playing for the Braehead Clan.
The 6ft 1” netminder from Riverview in New Brunswick had a successful junior career playing for the likes of Lewiston Maineiacs, and latterly the St Johns Seadogs.
Between 2008-2013, Travis attended the University of New Brunswick (UNB) where he combined playing with furthering his education. During that time Fullerton won a hugely impressive 3 CIS championships.
Since turning professional he has played in the ECHL for the likes of the Las Vegas Wranglers and the Elmira Jackals, and Rochester Americans in the AHL.
Michal Dobron commented on the capture “The netminder is such an important position on a hockey team. We have worked hard to bring in a netminder of quality. Travis Fullerton has already proven he is quality, and he played very well in this league last season. He also knows some of my team already so will fit in perfectly to what we are building here. I think this is a very big signing forward to the team. I’m looking forward to working with Travis.”