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Zuk '12 Signs with Arizona of the CHL
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Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Release: 09/13/2013

Prescott Valley, Ariz. (9/13/13) - For the second straight day a Princeton hockey alum has joined the Central Hockey League (CHL). Brodie Zuk '12 has signed with the Arizona Sundogs.

Zuk appeared in 76 career games as a Tiger and collected 28 points on 23 assists and five goals. As as an assistant captain during his senior year in 2011-12 he missed 11 games due to a series of injuries. In 13 games he had two goals and five assists. Zuk played complete seasons as a junior and sophomore putting together 20 points in 55 games. A three-time ECAC All-Academic team selecton, Zuk graduated with a degree in economics.

Since graduating Zuk has been working in development in Saskatchewan.


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