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NCDC’s Bulls adding scoring for ’24-25 season, tender Marshchanok twins from USPHL Premier’s Patriots

 

The Pueblo Bulls are enjoying their first season as an NCDC club and are already making plans for the team’s second season in the USPHL Tier II circuit.

Recently, the Bulls signed Siamion Marshchanok and Matsvei Marshchanok, twin 2005 birth years playing for the Bulls’ USPHL Premier affiliate, the Potomac Patriots, to tenders for the 2024-25 season.

“The Marshchanok twins have been on our radar since our affiliation with the Patriots,” said Bulls head coach Chris Wilhite. “They are elite-level talents that we believe can make a huge impact for the Bulls next season. Coming through our affiliation with the Patriots, we know Coach (Josh) Gratton will have them ready for the jump to the NCDC level with his pro experience and ability to develop top-end players that play the right way.

“We are very excited to get the Marshchanoks tendered for next season and are looking forward to getting them in our organization.”

The brothers are natives of Minsk, Belarus, and have been ripping up the scoresheets for the Patriots this season.

Siamion is currently leading all of the USPHL Premier with 73 points (28 goals, 45 assists) in 22 games. Matvei is third in scoring with 24 goals and 30 assists for 54 points in 22 games.

“We are beyond excited to have the Marshchanok twins be our first tenders of the season,” said Pueblo assistant general manager Austin Hoff. “They have had an incredible start to the season and will only continue to grow throughout the year. Our affiliation with Potomac was based on the coaching and the way they run their program to help develop hockey players and young men. Bulls fans will see an exciting brand of hockey with the Marshchanok twins along with a 200-foot game.

“We think they can come in and be key pieces to our program right away and help push us towards our ultimate goal of a national championship.”

— Matt Mackinder

(Nov. 22, 2023)

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