Ramm Commits to Plattsburgh

Mar 18, 2024

The Northeast Generals proud members of the North American Hockey League are pumped to announce that Forward Tyler Ramm has committed to play his NCAA hockey at Plattsburgh.

Tyler, in his 5th year in the Generals organization, has had a standout year for the NAHL Generals.  Tyler has netted 12 goals and added 8 assists for 20 points.  His 200 foot game doesn’t just get noticed in the box score.  Tyler has been a standout in the D zone, on the forecheck and especially on the penalty kill.  

Tyler is in his 2nd year full time with the NAHL Generals after playing a season at the 16U level in the NAPHL, a year at 18U, then a year with Coach Locke in the NA3HL before joining the NAHL Generals.  The ladder of development disciple has been a standout at each level.  

“I am so proud of Tyler.  He is an amazing person from a great family.  He has been with us a long time and I have enjoyed every minute.  Kids like Tyler are why people get into coaching.  He comes to the rink everyday ready to work hard and have fun.  His work ethic is contagious with his teammates as is his personality.  Just a great kid that bought into the Generals on Day 1.  He took each step along his journey serious.  He never complained about anything.  He just kept his head down and worked.  He took the feedback the coaches gave him and immediately implemented it into his game.  You can see the improvement daily.  He has an absolute missile of a shot which will be a weapon at the next level.  He blocks shots, hits, fights, chips pucks out.  Does every little thing that Coaches crave.  His responsibility in the D zone is amazing, he battles so hard.  His work on the PK has been awesome.  He is just an outstanding hockey player and person.  I speak on behalf of the entire organization when I say that everyone is better for having had the pleasure of being around Tyler day in and day out.  Plattsburgh is getting an impact player and person.”  Said Generals Head Coach Bryan Erikson.

Tyler will join teammate Nick ReCupero at Plattsburgh in the fall and will help one of the best recruiting classes in the nation have an immediate impact.