Northeast Generals Player Profile: Tyler Ramm

For the NA3HL group, they have had a lot of stars playing well this year. Undefeated teams need that level of depth and skill to play well.

One of their key contributors is Tyler Ramm.The forward has taken a step forward at the NA3HL level and has played well enough to earn a tender from the NAHL group for next season.

His Head Coach Daryl Locke said of Ramm’s superb play and of what earned him the tender “ I think the main thing for Tyler was getting him back to being the dominant power forward he was at the U16 level a couple of years ago. He dominated in all aspects of the game at that age group. He had long powerful strides, played physical, and had an absolute cannon of a shot. Last year I don’t think was a down year for him at the U18 level ,but he wasn’t as dominant as he wanted to be. Sometimes a player needs time to adjust to playing against older players. Some players adjust quickly on the fly and others take some time. Going into The NAHL Camp I thought he was starting to show flashes of dominance again but just not consistently enough to push himself into a roster spot. Coach Erikson wanted him to come down to the NA3 Team to work on his physical play, and rediscover his powerful skating stride. The last 3 or 4 games he’s been as dominant as I’ve ever seen him. He’s using his size and strength to his advantage and he’s cashing in on his offensive opportunities. Really proud of the way he’s handled himself and gone about his business everyday at the rink. He’s a great kid and extremely coachable. In my opinion it won’t be long before there’s a bidding war for his services at both collegiate levels.”

Player Profile Answers

Why did you decide to play hockey?

“My dad introduced me to competitive street hockey where he used to play and from there I fell in love with the sport and started to skate.”

What is your favorite food and why?

“My favorite food is lobster.”

What is your favorite thing about the Generals?

“How we are held to the highest expectations out of any team in the league and how rinks love when we play there because of how respectful we treat them.”

Where are you from ?

“Westborough, Massachusetts “

What is your favorite subject and why?

“My favorite subject is history because I love learning about why we are who we are and how we got to the place we are now.”

Tell us about the type of player you are

“I am a skilled power forward who can get to the front of the net and find open space to create a quick shot. I am a defensive forward and like to take control in the defensive zone.”

What is your best hockey memory?

“Playing in high school playoffs where I played in front of about 350-400 of my classmates and just thinking how cool I was and it was a great experience to be able to play in front of a crowd like that.”

What are your goals on and off the ice this year?

“My on ice goals are to make my shifts more consistent and always make a difference on the ice whether it’s offensively or defensively. I also want to be able to get called up to the NAHL team and prove that I belong there. My off ice goals are to get into the gym 4 times a week and get myself in the best physical shape.”

What is your favorite tv show or movie to watch?

“My favorite show has recently been blacklist and my favorite movie is step brothers”

What is your favorite place to go around the rink in Attleboro?

“I like to go to a few of the restaurants like unos and BJ’s and sometimes chipotle and Jersey Mike’s. That whole area is a big spot for a lot of my teammates and I.”

What is your favorite video game or thing to do in your spare time?

“I like to play NHL 21 with a few buddies and will definitely be playing with some of my new teammates in my spare time.”

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

“I look up to my parents because they are the reason I am here. They have always told me to never worry about the financial side of hockey and to just put in the work and they will take care of money. I look up to my dad specifically because growing up he was in Worcester with not a lot of money and for him to come out of there and start a family teaching me how important family is, is inspiring. I look up to my mom specifically because she’s tough. She wants something she gets it. And she also supports me in everything that I do.”

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