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Gaudette Commits to Maine!

By Lovell Hockey, 10/10/18, 6:45PM EDT

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Longtime Lovell Hockey Player Makes D1 Commitment

The Northeast Generals of the North American Hockey League and Lovell Hockey are excited to announce the NCAA Division 1 Commitment of 99, Forward, Brady Gaudette. After a rigorous recruiting process Brady has accepted an offer to attend the University of Maine in the Fall of 2019.

Gaudette, drafted in the 11th round of the 2017 NAHL draft, has excelled since joining the Generals. In 2017-2018 Brady had 10 goals and 17 assists for 27 points. He was also one of the top Penalty Killers in the league. This season Brady has a goal and 2 assists in 6 games.

Prior to joining the Generals Brady played for the Boston Advantage since the age of 11. He excelled at all levels of play and improved dramatically under the tutelage of Tim Lovell. Tim worked tirelessly with Brady both on and off the ice to help improve his game. Brady played 4 years in the T1EHL and in his last year had 15 goals and 21 assists for the Advantage.

“Very excited for Brady. His work ethic is what has allowed him to make such dramatic leaps at every level he has played at. He is a tireless worker and does every skill, camp, combine and clinic we offer and we feel that this been a big part of his maturation as a person and player.” said Boston Advantage President Tim Lovell.

Joe Lovell added “Brady sets a great tone for us. He is hard to play against, does a great job in all 3 zones. He is a testament to what hard work can do for you. He constantly improves. He works hard every single day. Very proud of him. Maine is getting a great player and a great kid.”

“We are very fortunate to have the relationship we have with Lovell Hockey and Boston Advantage. Brady is a great kid and player and is the caliber of player we love getting from them. Brady earned this commitment with his hard work and we are very excited for him.” said Generals GM Bryan Erikson.

Brady is extremely excited for the process to be over “It was a long process but well worth it as I really feel I have found a home in Maine. The staff, the facilities and the school really helped make my decision a no brainer. I would like to thank Tim and Joe Lovell for all they have done for me as well as Boston Advantage and the Northeast Generals. Excited to try to win a Robertston Cup this year and continue to work on improving my game.” said Gaudette.