The Almaguin Spartans are very happy to announce the signing of Zachary Stabb from the Howard S. Billings Blazers. The 6’2, promising young 2004 forward is from Chateauguay, Quebec.
Spartans General Manager David Forde had this to say about the addition of Stabb “We are very happy to have Zach joining our program. I have met with Zach and his family on two occasions, including last week when they came to Almaguin to visit our community, school, and training facilities. In my meetings with Zach, it is very clear that he is a great fit for our program on and off the ice. He is a very driven young man, who will excel on the ice and in the classroom. He comes from a great family, and despite being only 17, is very mature for his age.
As a player, Zach is a big body at 6’2, that skates well, plays physical and is very coachable. His former coach Scott Colosimo who is currently the assistant coach at Concordia University (U Sports), could not say enough great things about Zach as a player and a young man. Zach is a player that has developed a lot over the past few seasons under Scott’s tutelage and is now ready to make the jump to junior hockey. He is eager to learn and has a great work ethic. We are confident that Zach will adjust quickly to the level of play and be a strong young player for us this season.”