A Duluth, Minnesota native, defenseman Phil Beaulieu returns to the Allen Americans for his second professional season.
Beaulieu began his junior hockey career in the United States Hockey League in 2012, playing for three teams in four seasons. In his first two seasons, he appeared in 22 games for the Fargo Force, recording 9 points (9A) in his time in North Dakota. The blueliner then made his way to Iowa during his second season, debuting for the Waterloo Black Hawks. He racked up 31 points (10G, 21A) in 64 games for the Black Hawks, including 45 minutes in the penalty box. Beaulieu wrapped up his time in the USHL with a stop in Wisconsin for the Madison Capitols. He saw the ice in 60 games, logging 14 points (1G, 13A) and 32 minutes in the penalty box.
The blueliner then made his way to college, earning four letters with Northern Michigan, playing in 158 games and scoring 121 points (26G, 95A).
Following his junior career, Beaulieu made his professional debut after signing a two-way contract with the Iowa Wild. He appeared in one game for the Wild, and another 41 with the Americans, finishing his rookie year with 23 points (5G, 18A).
This is his second professional season with the Americans.