Djoos set career highs in the AHL last season in games (66), goals (13), assists (45) and points (58) with the Hershey Bears and lead all Hershey defensemen in the respective point categories. Additionally, Djoos ranked second among AHL defensemen with at least 25 games played in primary assists, averaging 0.38 per game. Djoos was also 11th in the AHL in goals (13), despite only averaging 1.29 shots per game, which ranked 119th in the AHL.
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