He has plenty of junior hockey eligibility ahead of him. And there are scouts in the Ontario Hockey League and North American Hockey League who are taking notes on Gabe Rosek, a 2001 birth year goalie with the AAA midget Soo Indians.
The 6-foot, 160-pound Rosek, who hails from Lansing, Michigan, has seen been the goalie of record in 14 games for the Indians this season as the backup to Dakota Meyer, who is a year older with a 2000 birth date.
While the Michigan-based Indians as a team has struggled to score goals and has a record of 8-30-6 through 44 games, Rosek and Meyer have both stood out between the pipes.
Rosek has a 3.30 goals against average while Meyer has a 3.25 mark.
Rosek’s advisor, Kevin Cain of Cain Hockey Management, told Hockey News North that the young goalie is “a good, honest kid with a really good work ethic. We are keeping all options open for him.”
Cain confirmed that he has received “feelers” from teams in both the aforementioned OHL and NAHL with regards to Rosek.
PHOTO: Goalie Gabe Rosek, in action with the AAA midget Soo Indians.