Mark Van Guilder Sets Admirals AHL Record

(Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

Mark Van Guilder has placed his name in the Milwaukee Admirals history books tonight by becoming the most tenured player in the franchise’s AHL history. (Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

With his inclusion in tonight’s game, Mark Van Guilder has officially become the most tenured player in the AHL era of the Milwaukee Admirals. He has now played in 367 career games with the Admirals which surpasses the previous record holder Scott Ford for that mark.

Van Guilder now sits above Ford’s 366, Kelsey Wilson‘s 294, Darren Haydar‘s 293, Nolan Yonkman‘s 283, Andreas Thuresson‘s 277, Chris Mueller‘s 262, and Cal O’Reilly‘s 262 games played in the Admirals AHL era of the team. In his milestone game tonight he scored his eighth goal of the season and his fifty-eighth goal as a member of the Admirals.

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