With the North American Hockey League’s Top Prospects Tournament less than a week away, we continue taking a closer look at all of the Tomahawks representatives that will represent the Johnstown Tomahawks at the highly scouted event in Plymouth, Mich.
Today we take a look at defenseman Zak Galambos. The Walnut Creek, Calif. Native is making his first trip to the Top Prospects Tournament.
Through 40 games this season, Galambos has tallied six goals and 17 assists, giving him the team lead among defenseman in both categories.
Prior to joining the Tomahawks, Galambos played in 13 games for Janesville during the 2014-15 season, scoring a goal. Galambos also made his USHL debut last season, appearing in 11 games for the Des Moines Buccaneers.
During the 2013-14 season, Galambos suited up for the San Jose Jr. Sharks, where he led all defenseman with 15 points (four goals, eleven assists) in 21 games.
Galambos was also drafted by the Seattle Thunderbirds in the tenth round of the 2012 WHL Bantam draft.
He is one of seven players to be selected to the Top Prospects Tournament, an honor that provides an excellent opportunity for all players to be scouted by more than 200 scouts who will attend the event.
Stay tuned for more information regarding the tournament and how you can follow along. Tomorrow, we will take a look at defenseman Andrew Romano, who will be a part of the East Division team.