The North American Hockey League held the 2021 Supplemental Draft on Wednesday, June 2. This year, the Tomahawks picked up two young forwards and an experienced goaltender to add to the roster for the upcoming 2021-22 season.
PICK 1: Alex Tracy
This Chicago, Illinois native may look familiar to Tomahawks fans, as he was between the pipes in Johnstown during the 2019-20 season. The 6’1″ goaltender went 17-4-1 in his shortened stint with the Tomahawks, due to the COVID outbreak. This season, Tracy was in net for the Sioux City Musketeers of the USHL, where he went 9-7-0. The 20 year old will be looking to find success in Johnstown once again for his final year of eligibility in the NAHL.
PICK 2: Jake Black
Coming off his season with the Islanders Hockey Club of the NCDC, the Pomfret, Connecticut native forward had 25 points (12G, 13A) in 27 games. The 5’11”, 19 year old also spent some time during the 2020-21 season with the Northern Cyclones 18U AAA Prep program, where he had four goals in seven games.
PICK 3: Johnny Ulicny
Also coming from the Islanders Hockey Club, the 5’10” Tecumseh, Ontario native had 23 points (11G, 12A) in 30 games. Previously, the 18 year old played with the Markham Royals, where he had 27 points in 55 games.