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Chill forward Lindauer makes NCAA commitment Junior Hockey News

Published: Monday, 8 Oct 2018  
By: Alex Kyrias


The Coulee Region Chill of the NA3HL are pleased to announce that veteran forward Brady Lindauer has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey at Saint Mary’s University in the MIAC.
 
Lindauer, 19, is in his second season playing junior hockey, which has been primarily spent in the NA3HL, also with some time in the NAHL. The 5’10/180 lbs. native of Cary, Illinois, is off to a good start this season with the Chill, having recorded six points in the first three games of the season.
 
During the 2017-18 season Lindauer split time with the Chill in the NAHL and the La Crosse Freeze in the NA3HL. In seven NAHL games, Lindauer had one point. He then thrived in the NA3HL for the Freeze, recording 64 points (16 goals, 48 assists) in just 34 regular season games, which ranked 2nd in team scoring.
 
Lindauer also had four points in eight playoff games. He was also selected to and played in the 2018 NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament for the Blue (Central/Coastal Division) team.
 
“We are very excited for Brady and his NCAA commitment to Saint Mary’s University. He is going to a fantastic hockey program under Coach Bill Moore. Brady was a key part out our programs’ success last season and embodies our core values as an organization and our persistence toward commitment to excellence. Brady’s tremendous on ice skill and IQ is equivalent to his character and leadership,” said Chill head coach Jon Vaillancourt.

Author: Alex Kyrias
Alex Kyrias is in his fifth season as Director of Communications and Sales for the North American Hockey League.


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