The NAHL’s New Mexico Ice Wolves are hoping a successful 2019-20 season on and off the ice will mean more highlights for the 2020-21 season.
In recent weeks, the Ice Wolves have signed a trio of players to tender agreements as forwards Tylor Greene and Micah Maldonado and defenseman Jimmy Jurcev are in the team’s plans for next season.
“I went to New Mexico’s main camp this past summer and then I went to New Mexico over Christmas break and played against the Amarillo Bulls,” said Greene, currently with the Colorado Springs Tigers’ 18U AAA team. “The coaching staff with New Mexico is great and the players work hard every day. It creates a great environment. The facilities are very nice, and the team has a very committed ownership.”
“We are very excited about signing Tylor to a tender agreement,” said Ice Wolves coach-GM Phil Fox. “He is a 200-foot player with great instincts all over the ice. With his high hockey IQ and compete level, we think he can be an impact player for our organization going forward. He thinks and plays the game at a high level and he is the type player we want here in New Mexico… Continue reading on AZRubberHockey.com