He played in Wenatchee in the 2012-13 season, going all the way to the Robertson Cup Championship Game in Frisco, TX. For Joe Sullivan, his pro career has taken him most recently to Manchester, NH with the ECHL’s Manchester Monarchs.
After growing up in the desert of Las Vegas long before the arrival of the Golden Knights, Joe Sullivan left home to play Junior A hockey with the Aberdeen Wings. Midway through his second season, he was dealt to the Wild where he became a solid part of the team as they finished in first place, then won back-to-back five game playoff series to advance to the Robertson Cup Tournament. The next season he would lift the USHL’s Clark Cup with the Indiana Ice before moving on to his college career, where he played four seasons at St. Lawrence University, a Division I hockey program in the ECAC. He was named captain of the “Skating Saints” at St. Lawrence as a senior, then played 55 games in 2018-19 for the Monarchs, the ECHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings.