Ramsey, NJ – The NJ Devils have named Tyler Sedlak as one of their seven NJ Player of the Month honorees. Tyler had a banner month, recording 16 goals and 10 assists during January in helping the Ironmen win 10 games during the month. Tyler leads the Ironmen with 33 goals and 25 assists on the season and recently topped the 200 point mark for his career, an incredible accomplishment.
“Tyler’s been a four-year guy for us,” Don Bosco Prep head coach Greg Toskos said. “He’s been putting up points for us since his freshman season — and he scored some big goals for us as a freshman so it’s great to see his ascension to where he is today. What’s different for Tyler this year is he’s separated from Mickey Burns. But after three years with him, he’s really picked up with Liam McLinskey as a center and they’ve really jelled. You see it — the on-ice product is awesome: the goal against BC High, the two against Delbarton, the hat trick against CBA… really thrilled with where he is and his leadership.”
During January, Tyler had a hat trick in three consecutive games while leading the Ironmen to their eighth straight Bergen County Tournament Title and was named the 2019 tournament MVP, ecoming the BCT all time leading scorer along the way.
Tyler and the Ironmen begin post season play in the Gordon Cup Quarterfinals, this Monday 8:30 pm at the Ice Vault vs St. Peters Prep.