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Aidan Curran NH Jr. Monarch Named NCDC Rookie of The Year

By T1EHL Staff, 04/12/19, 9:00AM CDT


Curran, a hardworking, determined, and motivational player, is no stranger to the ice. Each and every time his skates touch the ice, he knows that he is in control of the puck.


Aidan Curran has had the honor of being named NCDC Rookie of The Year Award 2018-19 by the USPHL. The NCDC is the USPHL’s tuition-free, top division in the league. His statistics prove that he is one great player who is deserving of such prestigious award. Curran, a forward, currently plays for the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs and will go onto play for the University of New Hampshire for the 2020-21 season.


Here is what Ryan Frew had to say about his player, “Aidan had a breakout season this year. His playmaking ability is incredible, and he has found a bit of a scoring touch as well. His commitment and dedication to fine-tuning his game on a daily basis is commendable. He’s one of the hardest working players that I’ve coached. Aidan’s skating and speed have always been an attribute but this year he found another gear. His ability to create space for himself and separate from opponents is fun to watch. He worked hard this year rounding out his game.” Frew was also named the NCDC Coach of The Year.


Curran had a total of 49 points that he racked up this season for the Monarchs—12 goals and 37 assists. He kept improving and went onto score even more goals for his team. Curran is a player to keep your eye on as he keeps improving by leaps and bounds! These are just a few highlights from his season.


“The University of New Hampshire is getting a great hockey player, but they are also getting an incredible young man. Curran is well liked by his teammates and staff and respected by anyone that he spends time with. He’s a first-class kid." said Frew.


We are very proud to have a player like Aidan come through the T1EHL and we are looking forward to seeing where he goes from here! Congratulations to Aidan, his family and coaches, and the entire Jr. Monarchs organization.  


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