Northeast Generals Player Profile: Sean Gorman

If you look at thre NA3HL htoup for the Generals, one player stands out. Not for scoring goals, although he is quite good at that, but for how he plays the game.

Sean Gorman brings a physical presence to the NA3HL group this season, and his power forward skills combined with an influx of talent around him should help him elevate his game on a team looking to return the Fraser Cup.

Head Coach of the NAHL Group, Bryan Erikson had this to say about Gorman. ” Gorman is a Assistant Captain on the NA3 team and is just a great example for those guys with his effort, physicality and genuine enthusiasm. Just a great kid and leader that we expect with help that team accomplish a lot.”

Gorman’s answers to our profile questions are superb and help to illustrate things a bit more. He has upside in his game, and should he lead the Generals back to the Fraser Cup, it would go a long way in elevating his college hockey prospects.

Player Questions and Answers

Why did you decide to play hockey?
“Because I loved watching it as a little kid”

What is your favorite food and why?
“Chicken Parm because my mom used to always make it and it is her best dish”

What is your favorite thing about the Generals?
“How it doesn’t matter what team you’re playing for, everyone respects everyone and it truly feels like a family.”

Where are you from ?
“Doylestown, PA”

What is your favorite subject and why?
“History because I love learning about the wars that have happened throughout our history.”

Tell us about the type of player you are
“Big body who brings a physical presence and isn’t afraid of getting hit or to block shots.”

Which NHL player past or present do you model your game after? *
“Eric Lindros, he’s the same type of player I am in terms of being a power forward and he played for Philly. I also like to model my game after Daniel Briere who was always clutch for the Flyers, which is the role I want to be on our team.”

What is your best hockey memory?
“Beating the New Jersey Titans to advance to the Fraser Cup.”

What are your goals on and off the ice this year?
“On the ice I want to be a leader for the new rookies and lead by example. I also would like to bring home the East Division Championship, finish first overall in the league and most importantly win the Fraser Cup. Off the ice my goal is to lose some weight and gain muscle mass so I can apply it to my game throughout the season.”

What is your favorite tv show or movie to watch?
“Game of Thrones | The Dark Knight”

Tell us one unique thing about you off the ice
“During the summer I am a landscaper.”

What is your favorite place to go around the rink in Attleboro?
“The Chipotle right around the corner.”

What is your favorite video game or thing to do in your spare time?
“NHL 21 | Play golf”

Who do you look up to most in your life and why?

“My mom and dad because everything they have, they worked for since they were 15. I want to be just like them as I grow up and advance throughout my hockey career but most importantly life. I want to be able to help those that need it and also provide for my family on a daily basis and like they always say “’give your family what you didn’t have as a kid.’”

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