The Wilkes Barre-Scranton Knights of the NAHL are pleased to announce two more collegiate hockey commitments.
Forward Blake Busch has committed to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Falcons. Forward Zach Remers has committed to attend and play for The Buffalo State Bengals. Both players will be attending their new schools in the upcoming fall. This brings the number of committed NAHL Knights players to seven in the organization’s inaugural season.
“Once again we are extremely excited for our players moving on to collegiate hockey. Both Blake and Zach joined us after our slow start and helped to get our program moving in a positive direction and have helped us compete in a very tough eastern division. We wish them nothing but success and they will forever be part of the Knight’s Alumni,” said Head Coach Tom Kowal.
“I am excited to start my college hockey career with Buffalo State. I feel like it is a place that I can grow as both a player and person. I would like to thank the wonderful people at the WBS Knights organization who helped me develop and made me feel at home, as well as my family who guided me and supported me throughout the years,” noted Zach Remers.
Blake Busch added, “I am honored to be going to Wisconsin-River Falls. It has been a dream of mine to play college hockey and this is a fantastic fit for me. I would like to thank my parents for supporting me throughout this long journey and am grateful for their never ending support. I also want to thank the Knights organization and all the people there who have helped put the program together to give us all the opportunity to move on to higher levels of hockey.”