Sikura's continued improvement at Dartmouth could lead to big green from NHL
After winning the Dartmouth Rookie of the Year award last season as a freshman, Tyler Sikura is tearing up college hockey, and is paving his way towards a career at the professional level.
Last season, Dartmouth suffered from a lot of injuries, which included losing Montreal Canadiens prospect Dustin Walsh for the majority of the season. The Big Green needed someone to step up on the offensive end, and it was the freshman Sikura that did so. He tallied 11 goals and 14 assists during his freshman campaign to earn the team Rookie of the Year award.
“With the amount of injuries we had last season and the way Tyler was playing he just earned a lot of ice time,” Dartmouth coach Bob Gaudet said.… read more
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