Thursday, March 27, 2014


The Hartford Jr Wolfpack is proud to announce its 15th college commitment of the 2013-14 season.  Veteran forward Dave Horan has committed to play college hockey for SUNY Brockport next fall.  Brockport plays their games in the powerful SUNYAC Div 3 conference finishing 10-13-3 overall.

Horan was a key part to the Wolfpack's success this season with 27 pts in 39 games and produced 6 pts in 5 playoff games for the Pack. Dave is very excited about his opportunity next season and enjoyed his junior career with the Hartford Jr Wolfpack. 

"I would like to thank my parents for supporting me through out my junior hockey career.  I also owe a huge thank you to Coach Cerrella who pushed me to compete every day and helped prepare me for College Hockey.  I am very excited to attend Brockport next season and play hockey in the SUNYAC which is a very competitive league.  I can't wait to start competing at the next level and further my academics as well," said Horan. 

The Kennbunk, ME forward came to the Wolfpack two years ago after playing in the EJHL for the NH Monarchs. 

"Dave has really improved over the last two seasons and became a warrior.  He learned what it takes to play at the next level and competed every day, that is what caught Brockport's eye as he got better and better through out the season.  He has a tremendous hockey IQ and is going to do a great job at the next level.  I am very happy for Dave and his family and I wish them the best of luck as he starts the next chapter in his life," said Chris Cerrella.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014


Senior forward Chris Cangro (Holbrook, NY) and sophomore defender Chris Luker (New Hartford, NY) of The College at Brockport men's ice hockey team have been named to the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) First-Team as announced by the conference on Tuesday.

This is the first time that the Golden Eagles have landed two first-team all-conference selections.

Cangro helped lead the Golden Eagles to a fifth place finish in the conference and a first-round conference playoff game. He led the team in assists with 17 and was second on the team with seven goals. His 24 total points tied him for most points scored on the team. Over his career, Cangro has played in 91 games. He has scored 26 goals, tallied 36 assists and recorded a total of 62 points.

Luker was a strong part of the Brockport defense. He led scoring for the defense and was second on the team with nine goals. Luker also tallied 13 assists and finished second on the team with a total of 22 points. He was also named SUNYAC Player of the Week for the week ending on Feb. 2. Throughout the season he tallied two game-winners. So far in his career, Luker has played in 48 games and has 11 goals, 15 assists and 26 points.

2013-14 Ice Hockey All-Conference Teams

First Team
Name School Position Year Height Weight Hometown
Chris Cangro Brockport F Sr. 5--11 190 Holbrook, NY
Zachary Vit Geneseo F Sr. 6--3 200 Villanova, Pa
Alex Jensen Plattsburgh F Jr. 6--1 200 Helsingborg, Sweden
Chris Luker Brockport D So. 6--4 190 New Hartford, NY
Barry Roytman Plattsburgh D Sr. 5--11 172 Staten Island, NY
Kevin Carr Buffalo State G Sr. 6--1 185 Unionville, Ontario
Second Team
Name School Position Year Height Weight Hometown
Dan Turgeon Buffalo State F Jr. 6--3 210 Centennial, CO
Stephen Collins Geneseo F Fr. 5--11 190 Pittsford, NY
Matt Galati Oswego F Fr. 6--1 200 Toronto, Ontario
Bobby Gertsakis Oswego D Jr. 5--10 175 Pickering, Ontario
Nick Ravait Oswego D Jr. 6--2 210 Kingsville, Ontario
Mathieu Cadieux Plattsburgh G Sr. 6--1 204 Oshawa, Ontario
Third Team
Name School Position Year Height Weight Hometown
Nick Zappia Cortland F Jr. 5--11 175 Manlius, NY
Justin Scharfe Geneseo F Jr. 5--11 190 Webster, NY
Mike Arnold Potsdam F Sr. 5--11 185 Didsbury, Alberta
Ben Kramer Buffalo State D So. 5--9 165 Great Neck, NY
Jack Caradonna Geneseo D Jr. 5--11 180 Markham, Ontario
Nick Horrigan Geneseo G So. 6--3 170 Mount Forest, Ontario

Player of the Year Zachary Vit Geneseo
Rookie of the Year Matt Galati Oswego
Coach of the Year Chris Schultz Geneseo