Saturday, January 30, 2010

Mark Pustin Added to 2010 UAA Recruiting Class

Forward Mark Pustin (5ft 8in, 155lbs) of the NAHL's Fairbanks Ice Dogs has committed to the UAA Seawolves for the 2010 season.  Mark is the Ice Dog's leading goal scorer and is 2nd overall in points with 21g-30a in 42 games.  

His numbers this year put him at #3 on the overall league leader table. In his first season (08-09) with Fairbanks he scored 11g-15a in 46 games showing a nice progression in development.

Mark is a 20 year old (October 17th, 1989) from Northridge, California and came through the Southern California Titans Midget AAA program. 

Fairbanks head coach Josh Hauge called Mark "a highly-skilled, game-changing forward."  Western College Hockey Blog noted the same adding the adjective "playmaker"  with regard to Mark's All-tournament performance at the early season NAHL Showcase.

Welcome to the Seawolves Mark.  We look forward to seeing you in the Green and Gold next season.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe he'll be even better than Clarkie.

Suze said...

Cool, we need another small, shifty player. Welcome Mark! Thanks Donald, for the great coverage.

Anonymous said...

We can definitely use a playmaker and always have a huge need for speed.

Wolfman said...

Cool, I am from L.A.!!! Great choice to go to College, Welcome to UAA Mark!

Anonymous said...

clarkie was only 18 when he started with us, half the talent would be a bonus

Anonymous said...

4 wins, 3 loses and a tie in the second half, still no fans out.
best january in the last four years.
great team effort, great leadership by our captains..
Wish there were two saturdays each weekend.
all the best in st. cloud. no uaa team has ever won there, this team will change that.
congrats great second half.
5 games on the road, and only 3 left at home. than the playoffs, this could be our year. Will need everybody healthy.
fan

Anonymous said...

This kid is incredible! I saw him play and he's fast!! A smart hockey player who sees the ice.

Anonymous said...

Ice Dog fans will miss him, UAA Seawolves will be glad to have him.

Anonymous said...

Mark. Good luck, brotha!
P.S. Get your butt in net and let me light you up!
Your friend and neighbor.

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