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Eels announce the return of Dylan Robello Junior Hockey News

Published: Monday, 29 May 2017  
By: Frank Scarpaci



The Florida Eels is thrilled to announce the
return of 
Dylan Robello to its program. Dylan is from 5’ 6” 150 pounds from Salida, CA. A rookie centerman. He
was one of  the Eels best face off guys
last season. He also captured a spot on the Eels first line power play as he
was relentless establishing  his
territory in front of the opposing goalies, often creating blinding screens,
with his gritty performance.  He simply
drove these opposing goalies crazy and battled very hard vs. their defenseman,
which often created havoc in front of their netminders.

He managed 3
goals and 15 assists this season and was largely responsible for a number of
other goals for his linemates with his relentless fore-check that created many
a turnovers for opposing forwards. He loved to battle in along the boards and
used his hard nose efforts to come out with the puck.

No doubt, says GM
Frank Scarpaci, Dylan was  one of our
most improved players. Despite his size he played like he was 6’0” 180 pounds.
He played with tremendous heart. A complete team player. Coach Frankie Scarpaci
said he is thrilled when he heard Dylan was returning. He is selfless and
determined to win and simply does whatever the coaches’ want.  He is an extremely dedicated  player with a strong work ethic who came  to practices at least 2 hours prior to
hitting the ice and often shooting an extra 100 pucks a day to improve his
shot.   We expect him to be a major
contributor this season having a year under his belt learning to play at this
high level.




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