Sundogs add two first year forwardsPosted: Updated:
The Arizona Sundogs announced today, they have signed two first year forwards for their 2013-14 Central Hockey League season.
Brodie Zuk 26, joins the Sundogs for his rookie season after playing for Princeton University from 2008-12. The 5-foot-9, Saskatchewan native, tallied 5 goals and 23 assists for 28 points in 76 games. Zuk also played four years of junior hockey from 2004-08 where he collected 68 goals and 102 assists for 170 points in 220 games.
Bryce Reddick 24, began is pro hockey career playing in 29 games for the Idaho Steelheads of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL) and one game for the Las Vegas Wranglers during the 2012-13 season. While in Idaho the 6-foot, 190-lb forward posted two goals and four assists. Reddick also played in 74 games for Michigan Tech of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) from 2008-12 and scored seven goals and three assists. From 2006-08 the Winnipeg native saw 110 games while playing juniors in British Columbia and put up 22 goals and 52 assists for 74 points.
The Arizona Sundogs are the Central Hockey League affiliate of the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes. Season tickets, mini-plan, and single-game ticket information is now available by calling (928) 759-6600 or visiting arizonasundogs.com.
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