Luke Bradley has decided to join teammate Tanner Terness in Wyoming in the National Collegiate Development Conference (NCDC).
Bradley joined the Wolf Pack during the 2021-22 season and picked up three points during the 23 games that he played. The left-shot defenceman ran into injury troubles keeping him off the ice for most of the season and the entire playoffs.
The pride of North Vancouver, BC, only missed one game (47) during the 2022-23 season and registered 17 assists in that span. The 2005-born player finished his Wolf Pack career with 73 games to go along with two goals and 18 assists for 20 points.
“Luke is an outstanding young hockey player and an incredible young man,” said coach Mike Borrelli. “His future is bright.”
Bradley was a fan-favorite with the Wolf Pack, and his contributions and the countless hours of volunteering put in by his family were always appreciated.
“I’m super grateful for the past two years with the Wolf Pack,” Bradley said. “I would like to thank the coaching staff for the opportunities, the volunteers for all their help, and my teammates for all the great memories.”
Congratulations and good luck to Terness and Bradley (the ladies man) on their move to the NCDC. Rock Springs is getting two very good and amazing young men.
About the NCDC
The National Collegiate Development Conference (NCDC) is a Tier II Junior Hockey Conference operating in 11 states across the United States, including its newest division and the Mountain Division. The NCDC is making its debut in 2023-24 with six teams in Utah, Idaho, Colorado, and Wyoming.
Since its inaugural 2017-18 season, the NCDC has advanced 265 players to NCAA Division I hockey. It has also seen 14 players selected in the NHL Entry Draft, including three selected directly from the NCDC in 2021, a Tier II North American best for that year.