Update: Bradley commits to CC this fall

Dubuque Fighting Saints forward Cody Bradley has committed to play for Colorado College. He will be the first Floridan to play for the Tigers.

The 5-foot-10, 166-pound forward from Tampa will join CC this fall after compiling 10 points (6g, 4a) with Dubuque. In time split between the Saints and Indiana Ice this season, he recorded 18 points (9g,9a) in 31 games.

He recorded 20 points (11g,9a) in 51 games with Indiana his rookie season.

“After taking a look at all my options and talking with the coaching staff, I felt like Colorado College would be the best fit for me,” Bradley said in a Dubuque press release. “I want to go to a school that will give me an opportunity to play right away. I know that I’ll be able to make an impact as a freshman at CC.”

He is the son of 14-year NHL veteran Brian Bradley, who recorded 86 points in 80 games with Tampa Bay during the 1992-93 season.

The signing period starts on Wednesday and lasts until August.

He is expected to join newcomers Hunter Fejes, Jared Hanson, and Michael King this fall. With CC expected to go from 28 players to the usual 26 on the active roster, that leaves one or two spots open after six seniors graduated and sophomore Jaden Schwartz left the program early. Dakota Eveland will miss next season to recover from neck surgery.

Colorado College will spend one more season in the WCHA before joining the new National Collegiate Hockey Conference in 2013-14.

Two former Saints are already with the Tigers – both Jordan DiGiando and Scott Wamsganz moved on after helping the Saints to a Clark Cup championship last year.

“I’m really happy for Cody Bradley,” said Saints head coach Jim Montgomery. “He’s an exceptional player who is going to an exceptional college hockey program. Our fans got a glimpse of Cody’s ability to make plays this year, and we wish Cody the best of luck in his collegiate career.”

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About paisleyhockey
I am the college hockey writer for the Colorado Springs Gazette focusing on the Atlantic Hockey Association, National Collegiate Hockey Conference and Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

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