Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Former Marquette forward Zuk off to Princeton

Former Marquette Rangers forward Brodie Zuk has committed to play collegiately at Princeton University for the 2008-2009 hockey season.

Zuk, 20, from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, was a member of the inaugural Rangers’ team in 2006-2007 finishing as the team's second leading scorer with 21 goals and 31 assists in 55 games.

“It’s a great opportunity for Brodie and we couldn’t be happier as an organization” said Rangers head coach Randy Enders. “Brodie’s a quality guy and a hard worker who’s dedicated to being a successful hockey player. I’m confident he’ll be as big an asset to Princeton’s program as he was for ours while he was here.”

Zuk is currently playing for the Naniamo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League and has scored 10 goals and 10 assists after 20 games.

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