Allen Americans Re-Sign Easton Brodzinski

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The Allen Americans have announced that they have re-signed forward and right-winger Easton Brodzinski for the 2024-25 ECHL season.

Collegiate Career

After growing up in Minnesota, Easton Brodzinski stayed in the State of Hockey to play at the collegiate level, playing Division I hockey at St. Cloud State University. Brodzinski played at St. Cloud State from 2017-2022 and played in 176 games, where he had 67 goals and 58 assists for 125 points. He had 198 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of 0. Brodzinski had a lot of success at St. Cloud State, including one Frozen Four appearance with the Huskies in 2021, where the team fell to UMass in the championship game. Brodzinski did not play in the championship game due to an injury, but in the last game he played, the Northeast Regional Semifinal against Boston University, Brodzinski had two goals, including the goal that eventually became the game winning goal. After finishing his collegiate career at St. Cloud State, Brodzinski signed his first professional contract in the AHL.

Professional Career

Easton Brodzinski’s first professional contract was with the Hartford Wolf Pack of the AHL towards the end of the 2021-22 season after he finished his season at St. Cloud State. With Hartford, Brodzinski only played in one game where he did not register any points or penalty minutes and had a plus/minus of 0.

After completing the 2021-22 season Brodzinski signed in the ECHL with the Jacksonville Icemen, where he spent the 2022-23 season. In 45 games played, he had eight goals and 14 assists for 22 points. He had 34 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +1. Brodzinski played in one playoff game for the Icemen, where he did not have any points or penalty minutes and had a plus/minus of -1.

For the 2023-24 season, Brodzinski signed with the Allen Americans and played in 62 games where he had 22 goals and 17 assists for 39 points. He had 91 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of 0. Brodzinski finished the regular season second in goals, eighth in assists, and fifth in points with the Americans.

In the playoffs, Brodzinski played in five games with the Allen Americans where he had two goals and three assists for five points with two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -2. Brodzinski was first on the Americans in goals and points and was second in assists for the playoffs.

While still early into his career, Easton Brodzinski has already started to find a lot of success. Brodzinski has been able to use his skills and strengths to better the teams he has played on and has been able to battle through his own injuries and adversities through his career. Brodzinski is an incredibly hard worker on the ice that does not give up and should continue to help the Americans find success on the ice in the 2024-25 season.

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