Pending the official presentation to the public, Hockey Como will introduce new foreign players for the upcoming 2022/23 season, expected in early September to be available for the Larian team.
Chase Harwell Coming from the Norfolk Admirals ranch team in Carolina Hurricane, after a great season in ECHL (3rd American League). Chase, born in Connecticut in 1997, is a strong right-handed striker.
Harwell played with impressive stats at Concordia University in Canada in the USports (highest college level) and before that in college in the NCAA.
A fast, physical player with a great sense of goal, he would definitely be the best player in our category.
Nick Dinicola Connecticut Arrow, born in 1994, after a crushing season finale last year and despite being drafted into the United States, chose to return to Cuomo with his incredible speed and game imagination.
Previously an All American, Nick graduated from Fichburg State University where he played in the NCAA, then pursued his career in SPHL before moving to Como in January of this year.
Chase and Nick at Casate will also have the role of assistant snowboard coach to assist and develop young talent, always with the tagline #makehockeycomogreatagain.
Jacob Bernad, will be the third foreigner thanks to the collaboration with the Quanta Milano Inline hockey team. Born in 1991, Vice World Champion Inline in 2022, Jacob is a position with excellent tactical skills and will have at Como’s technical team disposal ready to take charge.
With long experience in the Czech Republic and France both on ice and in Inline, he will play and train in Como and with Quanta (Italian Serie A and Champions League), as well as participating with the national team Czech At the World Championships in Argentina at the end of the year.
“Alcohol enthusiast. Twitter ninja. Tv lover. Falls down a lot. Hipster-friendly coffee geek.”
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