Johnstown, PA – The Johnstown Tomahawks today announced that the team has acquired forward Drew Doyon from the Aberdeen Wings in a trade.

Doyon, 20, has spent the last two seasons with Aberdeen, scoring a combined 15 goals and 30 points in 107 games.  A native of Carmel, Ind., Doyon also has one goal in six career NAHL playoff games.  Through both seasons, Doyon has tallied 187 penalty minutes.

Tomahawks head coach Mike Letizia said he expects the 5-11, 190-pound Doyon to be a solid contributor for the Tomahawks.  “I think Drew will bring an element to our lineup that we are looking for. He is a tough, hard-nosed power forward who can make plays and create offense,” he said.

Doyon, entering his final year of junior eligibility, was acquired in exchange for a future tender.

“I feel he will bring veteran leadership to our team both on and off the ice with how he plays and prepares,” Letizia said.  “He is extremely excited about the opportunity to play for the Tomahawks, and that is very important to me.”

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