OHL Grad Is AAHL’s 2009-10 Defensive Player Of The Year

battle creek revolution all american hockey leagueRob Schweyer played three seasons in the Ontario Hockey League from 2002-03 to 2004-05. He began his OHL career with the Owen Sound Attack and played there until midway through his final season when he was moved to the Kingston Frontenacs.

After two years in the Canadian university system with the University of Western Ontario Mustangs, Rob moved into the world of professional hockey with the Roanoke Express of the East Coast Hockey League.

In 2000-01, while playing with the Columbus Cottonmouths of the Central Hockey League, Schweyer contributed 39 points in 57 regular seasons games. The team made it to the league playoff finals that season before losing out to the Oklahoma City Blazers.

Rob is currently in his second season with the Battle Creek Revolution of the All American Hockey League. This past season, 2009-10, Schweyer was named the league’s defensive player of the year, putting up offensive totals of 28 points in 30 games. The defenseman / assistant coach is currently the top point getting defenseman in the AAHL and the seventh best overall in the league. Battle Creek sits atop the six team league.

Rob Schweyer’s profile can be found at the roster page of the Battle Creek Revolution’s official website.

Schweyer is currently on of only two AAHL players on the OHL Alumni Big List.

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