Year in Review: #14 Josh Biasillo
Every team needs a solid bottom-six core to help them win hockey games.
This season, the Tomahawks were fortunate to have a bottom six that produced on the scoresheet and a myriad of other ways.
One of those role players was #14 Josh Biasillo, a native of Orchard Park, N.Y.
A fourth-round pick in the 2016 NAHL draft, Biasillo was an accomplished player for the Buffalo Jr. Sabres program.
Biasillo saw plenty of ice time with the Tomahawks, playing in 56 of 60 games in his first season in the NAHL. He also earned minutes on the penalty kill and key defensive situations.
He chipped in a goal here and there, with six goals to his credit. He added nine helpers for 15 points on the season.
Up next in our Year in Review feature is #15 Logan Stork, a mid-season acquisition who turned heads and helped the Tomahawks win key games throughout the 2016-17 season.