Forward Eddie Pazo has officially signed a tender agreement with the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks.
“Eddie is a fantastic young man that our scouts identified out of the Esmark Stars program,” said head coach Billy McCreary. “Eddie is a big body whose work ethic is second-to-none. He possesses a good skill set and plays a physical game that matches the type of team we want here in Danbury.”
Pazo, an ’02-born Jefferson Hills, PA native, brings a strong combination of size and skill to the Jr. Hat Tricks. He put up 43 points in 15 games for Jefferson Hills High School last season, on top of 92 points in 62 games for the Esmark Stars 18U squad in the NAPHL.
Standing at 6’3″, 194 lbs., Pazo comes to the Hat City with a strong pedigree and battle-tested work ethic.
“[Eddie’s] shot velocity combined with his net front presence and ability to find scoring chances will certainly give him an opportunity to flourish at the next level,” said Esmark’s 18U head coach Dave Kosick.