The Maryland Black Bears have tendered Forward Logan Kittleson and Defenseman Anthony Mollica. The move signifies a continued focus to secure top, young hockey talent for next season. After these tenders, the Black Bears will be down to their final two tenders.
Logan Kittleson is a 5’10, 170-pound Forward that can play both Right Wing and Center. Logan is from Burnsville, Minnesota and a 2001 birth year. He last played for Burnsville High and served as their Captain. During his time with Burnsville High, Logan scored 13 goals and had 21 assists for 34 total points.
“Logan brings great leadership experience on and off the ice as former Captain for Burnsville High,” said Maryland Black Bears Head Coach Clint Mylymok. “He is a highly skilled and competitive player, with a great passion for the game. We are excited to add his skill-set to the Black Bears!”
Anthony Mollica is a 6’3, 190-pound Defenseman and is a 2001 birth year. The right shot Defenseman grew up in Hudsonville, Michigan and for the last two season has played for Jenison High School. Over his tenure with Jenison High, Anthony scored 39 goals and had 30 assists, which adds up to an impressive average of 1.41 points per game.
“Anthony is a big, rangy defenseman, who competes hard and has very good skill,” said Clint Mylymok. “Defensemen like Anthony that are big, skilled, and mobile are hard to find. There is no doubt he has the pedigree and potential to be a strong Junior A player. We look forward to adding Anthony to the mix and welcome him to the Maryland Black Bears!”