PENSACOLA, FL. (July 22, 2014) - The back-to-back SPHL champions, Pensacola Ice Flyers, are excited to announce the re-signing of Forward Adam Pawlick for the 2014-15 season.
"I'm really excited to be coming back to play for Pensacola," Pawlick stated. "It's such a great organization and community to be a part of."
Pawlick played four seasons at NCAA Division I Clarkson University prior to joining the Ice Flyers. He had an outstanding rookie season, playing in all 56 games and leading the team in goals. He scored 27 goals and added 14 assists for 41 points. Pawlick also finished tied for the SPHL lead in goals scored by a rookie and ninth in rookie scoring.
"Adam was a tremendous player for us last season," Ice Flyers Head Coach Rod Aldoff commented. "He came in with a tremendous attitude and only got better and better each day. Look for him to be a elite player in our league and a great leader for our team. It's a pleasure to have him back in an Ice Flyers' jersey."
Pawlick added a goal and three assists in seven games during the Ice Flyers' successful defense of the SPHL President's Cup.
"After winning the championship last year, all I want to do is come back to Pensacola, play in front of the best fans in the league and have the opportunity to win it all again," Pawlick added.