Jamestown, New York – We are pleased to announce that we have used our third Tender of the season on Defenseman Ian Carpenter, effective 2019-2020.
Born and raised in Mount Prospect, IL, Ian has been playing for Team Illinois U15-U18 for the past three seasons, totaling 55 games played and recording nine points. The 17-year-old will be moving to the Empire State next season. This will be the first season Ian will be playing away from his home state.
The 5’10” 160lb left-handed shooter had this to say about becoming a Rebel next season, “I am excited to be a part of such of a great organization. And am looking forward to playing for Jamestown next year”.
Billy Pugliese, the Director of Scouting for the Rebels had this to say about the young defenseman. “Ian was impressive at our camp this past summer. He is a smart puck moving defenseman”. Just like Ian, we too are looking forward to seeing him play next season.
Jamestown, New York – We are pleased to announce that we have used our second Tender of the season on Forward Josh Adimey, effective 2019-2020. Adimey will be coming back to his home state next season to be a Rebel.
Josh, who will be 18 in less than a month has played one game in the NAHL already, that was last season with the Springfield Jr. Blues. He is currently playing for the Honeybaked U18 team located in Detroit, MI where he has recorded seven points in ten games (5A).
The 6’2”, 215lb left-handed shooter had this to say about becoming a Tender for the Rebels. “I am excited to play in the NAHL next year and really look forward to playing with a great group of guys and for a great coaching staff”. Adimey also stated this about playing in his home state, “I think it will be cool to play close to home because my family and friends can come watch me play. Also, it’s great to have such a good organization close to home”.
Billy Pugliese, the Director of Scouting for the Rebels spoke very highly of Josh stating, “Josh is a power forward that can really skate and shoot the puck”. We are extremely excited to see what Josh has to offer next season.
The Jamestown Rebels are pleased to announce that they have used their first Tender of the season on forward Zach Brydges. The Woodbury, MN native is now Tendered with the Rebels for the 2019-2020 season.
Brydges, who will be 18 in just five days, spent last season playing for Cretin-Derham Hall where he played 25 games totaling for 21 points (11 goals and 10 assists). He will finish out his high-school career with them before bringing his talent to New York.
The 5’10”, 165lb right-handed shooter had this to say about being a Tender for the Rebels. “I am extremely excited to continue my hockey career with the Jamestown Rebels and feel really positive about this opportunity”. Brydges also had this to say when asked about looking to play next year, “I am anxious and eager to see what the future has to hold”.
Billy Pugliese the Director of Scouting for the Rebels had this to say about the young forward, “We are excited to welcome Zach. He is a very quick and skilled center that is responsible defensively”. All of us here with the Rebels look forward to seeing what Zach can bring to the team next season!
The Philadelphia Rebels have announced today that the team has tendered Kirkland Lake Goldminers defenseman John Serafin for the 2018-19 season.
Serafin,18, had 14 points (2 goals and 14 assists) in forty-eight games for the Goldminers who play in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL). The 6’5”, 207 lb. native of St. Louis, MO is a right-handed shot.
“I’m excited to be tendered by a successful team such as the Rebels” stated Serafin. “They have an excellent record of moving players onto the next level. It’s what attracted me to them” concluded Serafin.
“John brings size to our defensive group” stated Rebels Director of Scouting Billy Pugliese. “I think he can develop into a very difficult player for opponents to play against” said Pugliese.
The Philadelphia Rebels have announced today that Omaha AAA 18U defenseman Aaron Bohlinger was tendered for the 2018-19 season.
Bohlinger, 17, had fifty-five points (12 goals and 43 assists) in 54 games this year. The 5’9”, 180 lb. native of Walden, NY is a right-handed shot. Bohlinger did play one game for the Rebels this season back on December 16.
“I am excited for the opportunity to play at such a great organization, and grateful for the people that helped me get here” stated Bohlinger. “My ultimate goal is to play Division I college hockey and Philadelphia is a great place for me to work to accomplish that goal” concluded Bohlinger.
“Aaron is a born leader” stated Rebels Director of Scouting Billy Pugliese. “He is a very calm defender who makes good decisions” added Pugliese.
The Philadelphia Rebels have announced today that Benilde-St. Margarets’ defenseman Nathan Clark was tendered for the 2018-19 season.
Clark, 17, had five points (all assists) in 26 high school games last year. Benilde-St. Margarets is located in St. Louis Park, MN, a suburb of Minneapolis. He also plays for the Minnesota Blades. He currently has 14 points (6 goals and 8 assists) in 25 games this season with them. The 5’11”, 170 lb. native of Plymouth, MN is a right-handed shot.
“I’m excited to join the Rebels next year after leading my high school team to a successful season” stated Clark. “I look forward to working with the Rebel coaching staff to develop my game and contribute to a winning team” concluded Clark
“Nate is a good skating, skilled puck moving d-man” stated Rebels Director of Scouting Billy Pugliese. “He defends very, very well” added Pugliese.
The Philadelphia Rebels have announced today that the team has tendered Elite Hockey Program’s forward Jin Lee for the 2018-19 season.
Lee, 16, has 35 points (21 goals and 14 assists) in 38 games so far for EHP, who are proud members of the North American Prospect Hockey League. The 6’, 175 lb native of Allendale, NJ is a left-handed shot.
“It’s an awesome opportunity” stated Lee. “I am very lucky to be tendered by such a well-respected organization, and I’m really excited for what’s to come” concluded Lee.
“Jin is an elite skater with a great upside” stated Rebels Director of Scouting Billy Pugliese. “He is a very intelligent young man and we look forward to seeing him develop into a complete player” said Pugliese.
The Philadelphia Rebels have announced today that the team has signed Edina Hornets’ forward Lewis Crosby to a tender for the 2018-19 season.
Lewis, 18, had 44 points (19 goals and 25 assists) in 29 games for the Hornets last season, who play in the Minnesota High School Hockey League. The 5’10”, 180 lb. native of Edina, Minnesota is a left-handed shot.
“I am very excited to join the great organization of the Philadelphia Rebels” stated Crosby. “I also can’t wait to come down after the high school season in March” said Crosby.
“Lewis is a hard-working two-way forward” stated Rebels Director of Scouting Billy Pugliese. “Cros will contribute both the offensive and defensive sides of the ice” concluded Pugliese.
The Philadelphia Rebels have announced today that the team has tendered White Bear Lake High School forward Chase Hamstad for the 2018-19 season.
Hamstad, 18, has 48 points (19 goals and 29 assists) in 29 games for White Bear who play in the Minnesota High School Hockey League. Hamstad also plays for the Minnesota Blades. The 6’3”, 185 lbs. native of Hugo, MN is a left-handed shot.
“I’m ecstatic to start the next level of hockey on the East Coast” stated Hamstad. “I’m looking forward to playing for a very successful organization such as the Rebels” concluded Hamstad.
“Chase is a power-forward with great skill and hockey sense” stated Rebels Director of Scouting Billy Pugliese. “We’ll look for Chase to make an immediate impact” concluded Pugliese.
The Aston Rebels are pleased to announce the signing of defenseman Diarmad DiMurro of The Gunnery School to a NAHL Tender contract for the 2017-18 season.
The Highland Mills, NY native, 18, had 24 points in 32 games for the New England Prep School League team. The 5’10”, 165 lb. defenseman is a right-handed shot. He is a Division 1 NCAA commit to Dartmouth College.
“I am extremely honored to have been tendered by such an amazing organization” stated DiMurro. “They have proven themselves to be one of the most premier teams in the league while only being in it for two seasons. I look forward to working with the coaching staff, and I am excited to be an impact in any way possible with the club” concluded DiMurro.
“We are very excited to have the opportunity to work with Diarmad” stated Rebels assistant coach Nick Peruzzi. “He is a very driven kid. His work ethic, offensive instincts, and ability to skate and make plays are all tremendous assets that will help our team and D-Core. We look forward to helping him improve and develop in all facets of his game” concluded Peruzzi.