Norsemen Name Hong, Kim, and Skinner Assistant Captains ÃÂ
St. Cloud, MN - The St. Cloud Norsemen of the North American Hockey League announced Nik Hong, Brendan Kim, and Charlie Skinner as Assistant Captains for the 2020-21 season.
Hong, a Minneapolis, MN native, is in his rookie season as a forward for the Norsemen, amassing 10 points thus far for the team, five of which are goals.
Kim, a junior hockey veteran and Burnaby, British Columbia native, joins the Norsemen leadership squad alongside team captain Ben Helgeson who was Kim's teammate prior to both joining St. Cloud. The Norsemen defensemen has tallied 8 points in 13 games and leads the team's blueliners.
Skinner, the oldest member of the Norsemen and Chicago, IL native, has scored a pair of St. Cloud goals in his first season for the Black and Silver.
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