Anderson commits to Ontario Tech University
Baxter Anderson commits to Ontario Tech University.https://t.co/hqFLINNC3h
— Nanaimo Clippers (@ClippersHockey) August 15, 2021
Nanaimo Clippers forward Baxter Anderson, who’s from Burnaby, BC, has committed to Ontario Tech University for the 2021-22 U SPORTS season.
Anderson, 21, joined the Clippers for the 2020-21 BCHL pod season and posted a goal and eight points in 19 games. He played 172 Western Hockey League games with Medicine Hat before heading to Nanaimo and had 27 points.
Marit heads to Brock University
U SPORTS MHKY: Per source, the Brock Badgers have a commitment with former BCHLer Sam Marit, who is choosing Brock over European pro opportunities.
— Ben Steiner (@BenSteiner00) August 15, 2021
21-year-old Coquitlam Express forward Sam Marit has committed to Brock University for the 2021-22 U SPORTS season after originally signing with the Stenungsund Stingers of HockeyTvåan, which is the fourth tier of pro hockey in Sweden.
Marit, who hails from Toronto, ON, had six goals and 14 points in 20 games with the Express during the 2020-21 BCHL pod season. He also had two goals and four points in 11 games for Coquitlam in the exhibition season.
Scoville transfers to Utica College
Welcome to Utica, Brian Scoville!
— Utica College Men’s Hockey (@UticaMensHockey) August 12, 2021
Defenseman Brian Scoville (four goals, 27 assists in 100 games with Langley from 2018-20) has transferred from the University of Alabama-Huntsville to Utica College to play NCAA Division III hockey.
The 22-year-old from Agawam, MA posted a goal and two assists in 22 games with UAH during the abbreviated 2020-21 season.
Stark is off to the University of Wisconsin-Superior
— Reed Stark (@Reedstark15) August 13, 2021
Johnstown Tomahawks forward Reed Stark (no points in two games with Langley in 2018-19) has committed to the University of Wisconsin-Superior for this September.
The 2000-born product of Suffern, NY had 12 goals and 32 points in 47 North American Hockey League games with the Tomahawks in 2020-21.