Northeast adds more skill up front and in net for 22-23 season: Read More

How do you get better in the NAHL? You add high skilled and high character players. This past week the Northeast Generals added two talented pieces to their 22-23 roster that project to provide that. They added standout Maple Grove goalie Toby Hopp, and skilled forward Ryan Schelling.

On Hopp, Head Coach Bryan Erikson said

“Toby is a great kid that will fit into our culture very well. He is a very big and athletic goalie that is going to be very good for us. He played for Eric, Cody and I at last weeks NAHL Prospects Challenge in MN and was very good in net. He is a kid that we have tracked this year and Steve our goalie coach really likes. We think he will come in and help us from Day 1.”

In addition to adding the standout Maple Grove netminder, the Generals also tendered skilled scoring forward Ryan Schelling.

As Erikson said “ Ryan is a very skilled power forward that plays hard and can put the puck in the net. He is a great kid that we think will fit in right away on and off the ice. He has a year of junior hockey experience so as an 04 we expect him to make a quick adjustment to the NAHL. We are excited to add Ryan to the Gens Family.” The Providence commit brings a scoring punch to the Generals that should help them right away. The group is losing some of its scoring punch up front and Ryan will be part of the next group of Generals tasked to make up some of that production.

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