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Forward Carson Dyck Signs With Penn State Men’s Hockey

Penn State men’s hockey added a new forward on National Signing Day.

Canadian native Carson Dyck will join the Nittany Lions for the 2021-22 season, the team announced Thursday afternoon.

Dyck originally committed to the Nittany Lions in November 2018 as a member of the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Okotoks Oilers.

The Alberta native spent the last four seasons with the Oilers while racking up 15 goals and 51 assists in 107 games played. He competed alongside notable NCAA players such as Wisconsin’s Dylan Holloway and U-Mass Lowell’s Blake Wells.

“Carson is an extremely intelligent and reliable player in all zones, he is a great leader who does a lot of little things to help you win hockey games,” head coach Guy Gadowsky said.

While serving as an alternate captain for the Oilers last season, Dyck helped lead the team to a 7-1-0 record. The 5’11” forward scored three points and six assists while playing all eight games last season.

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