The Prince George Spruce Kings have secured the commitment of 6’4″ forward Evan Fedele (’04) for the 2021-22 season.
The 16-year-old from Coquitlam spent the 2019-20 season with the Burnaby Winter Club Elite 15s of the Canadian Sport School Hockey League (CSSHL), tallying 10 goals with 18 helpers in 33 games played. Fedele also spent eight games with the U18 BWC Prep team where he had two goals and four assists in that span.
“The Spruce Kings showed a lot of professionalism, as well as commitment towards their players. They have strong goals as a team, overall making it a great fit for me,” Fedele said on his decision to join the Spruce Kings
The 6’4″, 190-pound forward says he definitely likes to use his size advantage in his game as much as he can.
“I like to use my size to my advantage and I also work hard on the full 200 feet of ice, and I think I see the ice very well,” he said.
Spruce Kings Head Coach Alex Evin is also thrilled about his club’s latest recruit.
“Evan comes from a BWC program that promotes strong team culture and values,” said Evin. “He is a big body who skates well, has good hands, hockey sense, protects the puck well, and is strong down low. We believe Evan has great potential to develop into a very good player for our program and should be a future NCAA prospect.”