Union forward Parker Foo will not be back with the Dutchmen for his senior season in 2020-21 after signing a two-year contract this past week with the KHL’s Kunlun Red Star.
He’ll join older brother and Union alum Spencer Foo (2014-17) in Beijing.
🎵Hey, Brother! There is an endless road to rediscover!🎶@spencerfoo is back to #KRS by signing new two-year deal. But that's not all – this season he reunites with his younger brother Parker Foo who has just signed with us for 2 years too! #ChinaHockey #RedStarHockey pic.twitter.com/XtuhuD7laJ
— Kunlun Red Star (@KRSchina) September 19, 2020
This past season with Union, Foo tallied three goals and seven points in 20 games.
Overall in three years and 88 games with the Dutchmen, Foo collected nine goals and 28 points.
Foo was originally drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks in the fifth round (144th overall) of the 2017 NHL Draft.