Gullet has played 85 regular season games for the Parkland Rangers in the past two seasons, and has recorded 18 points.
"Everyone treats each other like family on this team," said Gullet. "This season is going to be super competitive.
Just like a few other players on the Rangers, Gullet took part in the Dauphin Kings training camp earlier in September.
"I learned speed and quick thinking is everything," said Gullet. "I'm hoping I'll have an edge of a lot of people after the Kings camp."
Being his last year as a Midget player, Gullet has things to prove.
"I just want to show that I can play offence and defence," said Gullet. "I want people to see who I really am on the ice,"
Gullet and the rest of the Rangers hit the ice at 7:30 tonight against the Wheat Kings.