The Hartford Jr Wolfpack is proud to announce its 15th college commitment of the 2013-14 season. Veteran forward Dave Horan has committed to play college hockey for SUNY Brockport next fall. Brockport plays their games in the powerful SUNYAC Div 3 conference finishing 10-13-3 overall. Horan was a key part to the Wolfpacks success this season with 27pts in 39 games and produces 6 pts in 5 playoff games for the Pack. Dave is very excited about his opportunity next season and enjoyed his junior career with the Hartford Jr Wolfpack. "I would like to thank my parents for supporting me through out my junior hockey career. I also owe a huge thank you to Coach Cerrella who pushed me to compete every day and helped prepare me for College Hockey. I am very excited to attend Brockport next season and play hockey in the SUNYAC which is a very competitive league. I can't wait to start competing at the next level and further my academics as well," said Horan. The Kennbunk, Me forward came to the Wolfpack two years ago after playing in the EmJHL for the NH Monarchs. "Dave has really improved over the last two seasons and became a warrior. He learned what it takes to play at the next level and competed every day, that is what caught Brockports eye as he got better and better through out the season. He has a tremendous hockey IQ and is going to do a great job at the next level. I am very happy for Dave and his family and I wish them the best of luck as he starts the next chapter in his life," said Chris Cerrella. Horan is added to the ever growing list of Jr Wolfpack college hockey alumni, DO YOU WANT TO BE THE NEXT NAME ON THEIR LIST? For more information including Main Camp Try Out information please go towww.hartfordjrwolfpack.com or email Head Coach Chris Cerrella
The Jr Wolfpack is proud to announce that verteran defenseman Christian Thamert has committed to Castleton State for the 2014-15 season. Castleton is located in Castleton, VT coached by Head Coach Steve Moffat. The Spartans are part of the ECAC East college hockey conference and are 13-10-3 overall for the season. Thamert is in his second season with the Wolfpack and has 6pts in 40 games, the smooth skating defenseman is excited for his opportunity next season. "I would like to thank my family for always supporting me. I would also like to thank Coach Cerrella who has pushed me nonstop and helped turn me into the player that I am. Without my coach and my family, this dream would not be possible. I am very excited to further my hockey and academic career at Castleton State. They are in a great league and I can not wait to start my future there at the next level", said Thamert. The Mountain Top, PA native will be looked to bring tight defense to the Wolfpack zone in the upcoming playoffs in preparation for his college career. "We will be relying on Christian to play well for us down the stretch. He has really worked hard at improving his game and has worked very hard on his off ice training. He is ready to take the next step and face the next challenges in his career. We wish him the best of luck he is going to do a great job at the next level," said Chris Cerrella. Thamert makes number 13 for the Jr Wolfpack with more to come in the near future. The Jr Wolfpack will be hosting their Main Camp Tryouts April 11-13th as they will look to re-stock their team with the next crop of inspiring student athletes.
The Hartford Jr Wolfpack is proud to announce that Mike Janda will be coming on board as the Junior A teams West Coast Scout effective immediately. The organization is happy to have Mike joining the staff "Mike is a good young hockey guy and he will give us a direct link to the west coast as he has a great network out there. We have a lot of players from the mid west and west coast on this seasons roster and adding Mike to our staff will only open the door for more players to come to the Jr Wolfpack to play their Junior hockey." Said Chris Cerrella