Nadeau’s next stop is Iroquois Falls
July 20, 2015
Well-traveled junior Zack Nadeau is packing his bags for Iroquois Falls.
A hardworking youngster who can play forward or defence, Nadeau is one of eight players who thus far have signed with the Iroquois Falls Eskis of the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League.
A capable player who can perform on left wing or defence, the 5-foot-11, 200 pound Nadeau is a 1995 birth-year skater who has previously suited up for NOJHL teams in Blind River, Elliot Lake and the erstwhile Mattawa entry.
A Sault Ste. Marie native, Nadeau has had a checkered NOJHL career to date but as a last-year junior, has the ability to develop into a useful, versatile role player for new coach Corey Bricknell in Iroquois Falls.
Nadeau told HockeyNewsNorth.com that he is looking forward to his latest move.
“I’m excited to finish my last year with such a great organization. I’ve heard nothing but good things about the team and the town of Iroquois Falls and I look forward to meeting my new family,” he said.
What you think about “Nadeau’s next stop is Iroquois Falls”
Good luck Zack. Good choice to move north. Hope this is a good year for you, make the best of it.
I did notice that your style of hockey had improved last year.
You are moving around like one of the other Sault’s ex- Beavers, Randy nicknamed him Suitcase.
Suitcase to those who don’t know is David McCaig.
Again Zack make the best of it as you said, it is your last it will only be what you make be.
Met and dealt with him a few times in Mattawa. Always polite and well spoken, I like his style of play. Best of luck