Black Bears Tender Forward Tanner Rowe from Calumet High School and Soo Indians of NAPHL
ODENTON, MD - The Maryland Black Bears have tendered Tanner Rowe, a Forward who plays for Calumet High School (Copper Kings) in Michigan and the Soo Indians of the NAPHL. Tanner joins Chaise Tallaire as the second Black Bear tender this year from the Soo Indians.
Rowe is 6'0, 155 pounds, and plays Right Wing/Center. The Michigan native has tallied 9 goals and 8 assists in 13 games for Calumet High. In his three seasons with the Copper Kings, he has totaled 37 goals and 53 assists in 64 games.
Jason Deskins, Assistant General Manager of the Black Bears had the following to say about Rowe:
"We have been tracking Tanner for a few years now and he continues to progress each season," said Deskins. "He is a tenacious and fearless player that skates well, wreaks havoc on his opponents on the fore-check, and produces points. He is extremely tough to play against and I know that he will provide immediate help to our team with his well-rounded game. Tanner will be a fun player to watch for our Black Bear faithful. Welcome to Maryland, Tanner!"
The Maryland Black Bears is a Junior Hockey Team that competes in the North American Hockey League (NAHL). Our players, 16-20 years old, are vying for NCAA DI/III Scholarships. The Black Bears are the hometown hockey team of Central Maryland and play out of the Piney Orchard Ice Arena. The Maryland Black Bears play for more than just wins!
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