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Junior Bruins' Patrick Choi Makes NCAA DI Commitment to Bentley

01/03/2017, 11:30am EST
By Bruins Staff
Junior Bruins forward Patrick Choi has committed to Bentley College (NCAA D-I, AHA). Patrick is an August ’98 birthyear who is enjoying continued success with the Bruins as a 2nd year player in the league. Over his first 65 USPHL games he has posted a 17G-37A-54PTS line. He played his midget hockey with the Anaheim Ducks organization before spending the 2015-16 season with Syracuse.
 
“We’re very proud of Patrick and his accomplishments that led to his opportunity with Bentley. Patrick has been a great teammate and solid contributor to our hockey team. I know he’s very excited to have a big second half of the season and we’re looking forward to his continued development as a hockey player”, Bruins head coach Mike Anderson.   
 
Patrick has played hockey in North America for the past couple of seasons but originally hails from Korea. At 5’9 180lbs he prides himself on being a fast, skilled forward that competes hard each night, sees the ice well and contributes to his team offensively.
 
Congratulations to Patrick and his family on their commitment to Division I College hockey at Bentley.

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