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Six players are set to join the University of Maine ladies’ ice hockey group for the impending 2021-22 season. Míra Seregély, Jen Costa, Bailey Oakes, Alyssa Wruble, Darci Matson, and Courtney Colarullo are set to get ready for the Black Bears next season. Watch here full live coverage of 2021 Women’s Ice Hockey world championship.
Seregély, who has addressed Team Hungary at numerous world occasions, goes to the Black Bears from the Ontario Hockey Academy. During the 2019-20 season for the Academy, Seregély counted 18 objectives and 23 helps. The 2020-21 season was dropped because of the pandemic. The forward from Budapest, Hungary scored four objectives and doled out a help over her last 13 games for Team Hungary.
Costa, a forward from Pawtucket, R.I., will join the Black Bears for her last season in the wake of playing four years at Dartmouth College. The alumni understudy scored seven objectives and counted eight helps more than four years in Hanover. The 2020-21 season was dropped because of COVID-19. Prior to going to Dartmouth, Costa went to USA Hockey Girls National Development Camp.
In Oakes, The Black Bears acquire a protector with two years of involvement with the PWHL. The Richmond Hill, Ontario local completed her experience with the Toronto Aeros with five objectives and 10 helps.
Wruble, hailing from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, played two seasons for the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers. During the 2019-20 season, the forward posted 18 objectives and 14 helps. For Northampton Area High School, Wruble scored 13 objectives and helped on another 15 in the course of the last two seasons.
Matson will join the Black Bears in the wake of expenditure parts of the previous four seasons with the Alaska All-Stars 19U Team. She was named skipper during her last year with the All-Stars. The forward from Wasilla, Alaska, driven her group to the Pacific District title in the wake of recording 14 focuses more than four games.
Colarullo, a quick skating safeguard from Ayer, Massachusetts, played the last three seasons for the New Hampton School. She will further develop the Black Bears protective corps right away.