with participation Anthony DeLucaGrenada occupies the second box for foreigners.
His surname is familiar to Italian hockey, but has all-Italian ancestry, and has no parental connection with Vipitensi Ivan, from Val Pusteria, and René, from the Broncos.
A native of Rosemère, Quebeccois face hockey greats in 2015 in the ECHL: season begins with the Wichita Thunder (16 games, 6 points, 1 goal and 5 assists) to finish with the Alaska Aces (46 games, 20 points, 7 goals and 13 assists) ). A year later he returned to Canada to participate in USsports with Concordia University where his 46 points (27 goals and 19 assists) in 34 games earned him several personal accolades, including Rookie of the Year. In 2017, he arrived in Europe and was hired by the Danish team Frederikshavn White Hawks with whom he confirmed his skills as a prolific striker (39 points, 15 goals and 24 assists in 47 games). However, the 28-year-old is restless: in the 2018/19 season he played for the Brampton Beast (ECHL), Thetford Mines Assurancia (LNAH) and Sheffield Steelers (EIHL). In Great Britain there is still another season that ended with the victory of the League Cup. In 2020, he continued his career in the Bundesliga with the Passau Blackhawks, due to the Covid-19 epidemic, he played only 7 matches, seasoned with 5 points, with a score of 3 goals and 2 assists. The “fatigue” phase also continued in the following season, divided between the Sheffield Steelers franchise and the ECHL Trois-Rivières Lions and Kansans City Mavericks. The forward returned to form in his last Premier League tournament with Manchester Storm, finishing with 55 points (30 goals and 25 assists).
Deluca is an agile player, physically and technically strong, strong (178 cm x 95 kg) and flexible; In fact, it works well in corners and makes use of its physical size.
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