Brady Zugec: The next Northeast General-read more

When you are filling out a roster with a lot of veterans to replace, where do you turn? The answer to that comes down to what most hockey teams build around, the middle.

For the Northeast Generals, they announced that skilled playmaker and two way forward, Brady Zugec, would be their latest tender for the 23-24 campaign. Zugec is a Rochester native, like General Manager Matt Dibble, and knows how to compete and play in all three zones. The forward already has some division one interest which will can only grow as he takes his talents to Attleboro next season. He fits the type of NAHL player that Bryan Erikson loves on his teams as he plays for the logo on the front of the jersey and for his team. Zugec is 6’2” and weighs around 192 pounds. As he grows with the Generals his skills in all three zones project well at the NAHL level.

Hear from Dibble as he talks about the process of signing Zugec and a bit more “Brady is exciting tender for us. He attended Predraft camp in Rochester, and then main camp in boston last summer. This year he was on the radar early, and after he came and spent a week with us, it was apparent that he was a kid deserving of the tender.

Brady comes from a blue-collar family from Rochester, NY (like myself). He is a strong forward who is getting better quickly and has already gotten Ivy and Hockey East interest.

We look forward to Brady competing with us next year.”

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