Northeast forward Reid makes NCAA commitment
February 4, 2020
The Northeast Generals of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) are pleased announce that forward and Assistant Captain Charlie Reid has committed to play NCAA Division III hockey at the Wentworth Institute of Technology.
Reid, 20, is in his second season playing in the NAHL for the Generals. The 6’2/205 lbs. native of Marshfield, Massachusetts, has played his entire hockey career within the Lovell Hockey family.
First, with the Boston Advantage where he was a standout at all levels. His last season with the Advantage under Head Coach Tim Lovell saw Reid put up 27 points.
The following season in 2018-19, Reid the Generals and has been a key contributor.
So far in 2019-20, Reid has played in all 38 games and has 2 goals and 10 assists for 12 points. He has also been huge on the penalty kill for the Generals.
“Charlie has been amazing for us this season. He is a great kid that works extremely hard and just plays a solid 200-foot game of hockey. He is very physical, great on the walls and knows exactly where he should be in all situations. He has been a huge part of our team since last year and a really big part of us starting to turn it around on the ice in 2020. He does a great job in the locker room as well. He keeps guys honest in practice and holds them all accountable. We are really happy for Charlie. Wentworth fits Charlie’s academic goals and athletic ones as well. Wentworth is getting a great player and person,” said Generals head coach and GM Bryan Erikson.