Tyler Roeszler's NCAA Hockey Career Comes to a Close

Chatham-Kent Hockey Heroes Update on CKSN:

Cornell Big Red - Tyler Roeszler

Cornell Big Red

For Tyler Roeszler, it was probably not the way the Chatham native wanted to see his U.S. collegiate hockey career end, but it did on March 19 when his Cornell University Big Red hockey team were shutout by the Yale University Bulldogs, 6-0, in the ECAC championship game played in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Yale was ranked No. 1 in college hockey polls for most of the season.  The Big Red, who had a 16-15-3 overall record, finished the season strong, beating Dartmouth in a semi-final game, 3-0, the night before.  Tyler had an assist on the first goal in that game.  Tyler, who will be graduating from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, played in a total of 89 games for the Big Red, scoring 18 goals and assisting on 27 others.  His best season came this year when he appeared in 32 games and had 12 goals and 13 assists.  Congratulations, Tyler, on a terrific college career and best wishes in your further life pursuits…

Other Chatham-Kent Hockey Heroes News

Wallaceburg’s Seth Griffith picked up a goal and an assist as his London Knights tuned up for the OHL playoffs by beating the Sarnia Sting, 4-1, on March 18…

Another Wallaceburg resident, Jamie Vanderveeken had an assist as his Arizona Sundogs dropped a 8-4 contest to Colorado in Central Hockey League action on March 19.

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