JJ Kilpatrick, New Jersey Bandits
With plenty of speed in his game, Kilpatrick makes it tough for opposing defenseman to keep him contained. On top of his foot speed, Kilpatrick’s stickhandling is another part of his game to give the opposition trouble.
Brennan Ward, New Jersey Jets
Ward is able to play the game with speed, not only entering the zone, but also driving the net and creating chances in front. Ward is a solid team player and has plenty of athleticism from being a dual sport athlete.
Tyler Hill, North Jersey Kings
With plenty of skill in his game, Hill is often a spark for the Kings’ offense. His ability to find the high-percentage scoring areas really helps his game and offensive output.
Scotty Stansfield, New Jersey Bandits
Possessing solid stickhandling ability, Stansfield is a very elusive player on the offensive end. With plenty of speed in his game, Stansfield adds to the Bandits team speed and skill up and down the roster.
Nicholas Racanelli, New Jersey Jets
A versatile player, Racanelli’s drive is what helps him standout. An aggressive player, he raises the compete level each shift with his workman like mentality.
Brady Mulligan, North Jersey Kings
A relentless forward, Mulligan’s toughness and aggression helps with the forecheck. Even with the toughness, Mulligan has a solid skill set to provide plenty of chances offensively.
Jeremy Emmel, New Jersey Jets
With a quick, precise shot, Emmel is a big contributor to the Jets’ offense. A strong player on and off the puck, Emmel makes sure he gets into the prime scoring areas to show off his solid shot.
Brady Driesse, New Jersey Bandits
From the blue line, Driesse possesses a strong shot that helps create scoring chances from the back-end. Driesse also adds to the solid skating of the Bandits’ team with his own excellent skating ability.
Griffin Dunne, New Jersey Jets
Dunne plays with plenty of confidence in his game, as he’s able to adapt to every situation on the ice when he sees it. That has helps his puck control, as Dunne doesn’t give up the pick haphazardly when he’s trying to push it up ice.
Logan O’Malley, North Jersey Kings
Strong in his own end, O’Malley is a stay-at-home defenseman who makes a solid first pass out of his own zone. O’Malley also bringts a strong leadership quality to the team.
Kaden Avella, New Jersey Bandits
An aggressive player in his own end, Avella adds a smooth skating style in his game. Avella is also a player who is a well-conditioned athlete, helping his game stay consistent from puck drop to the final buzzer.
Brandon Eigner, New Jersey Jets
A strong blue-liner, Eigner keeps himself in a solid defensive state by cutting off the opposition’s angles when entering the zone. With a good first pass and being strong on the puck, Eigner is able to help his team transition smoothly out of their own end.
Jacob McCullough, North Jersey Kings
An offensive minded defenseman, McCullough helps spark the offense for North Jersey. On top of that, McCullough is a physical player with the right amount of aggression to keep the opposition away from the scoring areas.
Brendon Eigner, New Jersey Jets
One of the key parts of Eigner’s game is his ability to play the angles well thanks to his solid vision of the ice. With an active stick in the crease, Eigner keeps shooters frustrated with his coverage of the net.
Lucas Egan, New Jersey Bandits
With a quick reaction to the play, Egan comes up big for the Bandits in clutch situations. Even with the support around him, Egan is able to stand out when he’s called upon to make the crucial stop.