Demyen commits to Buffalo State of SUNYAC

Demyen commits to Buffalo State of SUNYAC

Release date: Wednesday, May 21, 2014

NORTH BAY — Ryan Demyen, who spent this past season in the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League as captain of the North Bay Trappers, has accepted a commitment from the Buffalo State Bengals of the State University of New York Athletic Conference.

The 5’11”, 180 pound left winger was a key contributor for the Jr. Trappers as he netted 26 goals and 27 assists for 53 points in 52 games with the Trappers, who have relocated to Mattawa for the upcoming 2014-15 NOJHL season.

The 1993-birth year forward is described as a power forward with a lethal shot.

The Hubbard, Ohio product finished second in the NOJHL with 12 power play markers.

“This offer from Buffalo State means a lot to me,” said Demyen.

“It means the hard work I have put in is paying off. My coaches and teammates made it possible and for that I am grateful,” he added.

Demyen also credits Dawstar Video Scouting Services for building a video profile, which was noticed by NCAA scouts.
“Dawstar video Scouting Services played a huge role in the offer,” stated Demyen.  

“Without Dawstar I wouldn’t have gotten the recognition that I did.”    

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The Bengals compete in the nine-team SUNYAC, a NCAA Division III conference.