Four Tomahawks Named to Top Prospects Tournament

Four Tomahawks Named to Top Prospects Tournament


February 12, 2018 – North American Hockey League (NAHL) – Johnstown Tomahawks News Release

JOHNSTOWN — The Johnstown Tomahawks, proud members of the North American Hockey League, are happy to announce that Roman Kraemer, Andy Nedeljkovic, Toby Sengvongxay and Sam Solensky have been chosen to signify the group on the 2018 Top Prospects Tournament in Plymouth, Mich.

The annual match, which takes place Feb. 27-28, is among the most extremely scouted occasions of its variety.

Last season, over 250 scouts attended the occasion, which featured nearly each NHL group and NCAA Division I faculty.

Kraemer, of Moon Township, Pa., paces the Tomahawks in objectives with 13 and has chipped in six helpers in 45 games. He can also be tied for the group leader in energy play objectives (5).

A mid-season acquisition from the USHL’s Omaha Lancers, Nedeljkovic has been a constant presence on the ice for the Tomahawks.

Through 29 games, the Parma, Ohio native has scored six objectives and added 13 assists.

Another early season commerce acquisition, Sengvongxay leads all Tomahawks defensemen in objectives (two), assists (14) and factors (16). He is in his remaining season of junior eligibility.

Solensky, of Michalovce, Slovakia, lead all Tomahawks skaters in factors with 29 (11 objectives, 18 assists). He can also be tied for the group lead in game-winning objectives with two thus far on the season.

The Tomahawks proceed their Alaskan street journey with a weekend sequence with the Kenai River Brown Bears beginning Friday, Feb. 16 at 11:30 p.m.

Johnstown returns to 1ST SUMMIT ARENA on Friday, Feb. 23 with Faith and Family Night introduced by Laurel Highlands FCA. This nighttime of fellowship coincides with Red Out Night sponsored by HealthCare First Credit Union. Fans are inspired to put on purple to assist Heart Health Awareness. Faceoff is about for 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, Feb. 24 is the normal Guns & Hoses charity hockey game between police and fireplace/EMS companies benefiting the Special Olympics. The charity game begins at four:30 p.m. and is straight away adopted by the Tomahawks game at 7 p.m. The occasion is sponsored by Advanced Office Systems, Firehouse Subs and The Tax Lady.

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