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Matt Register




  • Defense

  • 6′ 2″ • 225 lbs.

  • Birthdate: September 2, 1989

  • Hometown: Calgary, ALTA


  • Pro Since: 2011

  • ’19-’20 Team: Iowa Wild

  • Drafted:

  • Contract: Iowa Wild

Three-time Kelly Cup Champion, Matt Register returns to the Americans this season. Register’s first pro season was in 2011-12 with the Americans in the CHL.  

Prior to going pro with the Americans, he played four seasons in the AJHL with the Bonnyville Pontiacs. Register played two seasons in the CHL following his seasons in the AJHL, splitting time between the Allen Americans, Tulsa Oilers, and the Arizona Sundogs before joining the Ontario Reign in the ECHL. Since his first season in the ECHL in 2012-13, he has spent a total of eight seasons playing for the Ontario Reign, Atlanta Gladiators, Allen Americans, Colorado Eagles, and the Toledo Walleye racking up a total of 17 awards, including three Kelly Cups.

This past August, the Iowa Wild resigned the 31-year-old defenseman to a two-way contract. He spent most of last season in the AHL with the Iowa Wild, playing in 30 games tallying 3 points (1G, 2A) and 10 penalty minutes. On October 11, 2019, Register scored his first AHL goal against the Texas Stars.

This will be Register’s fourth season with the Americans.


  • 2013-14 ECHL Defenseman of the Year 
  • 2013-14 ECHL First All-Star Team 
  • 2014-15 ECHL First All-Star Team 
  • 2015-16 ECHL Player of the Week (12/28-1/03)
  • 2016 ECHL Kelly Cup Champion  
  • 2016-17 ECHL Defenseman of the Year 
  • 2016-17 ECHL First All-Star Team 
  • 2016 ECHL Kelly Cup Champion 
  • 2017 ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs MVP (June M. Kelly Award) 
  • 2016-17 ECHL Most Points by Defenseman (64)
  • 2017-18 ECHL Defenseman of the Year 
  • 2017-18 ECHL First All-Star Team 
  • 2018 Kelly Cup Champion 
  • 2017-18 ECHL Most Assists by Defenseman (48) 
  • 2017-18 ECHL Most Points by Defenseman (65) 
  • 2018-19 ECHL All-Star Game  
  • 2018-19 ECHL Second All-Star Team 


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