Uncommitted 96 | Bozeman Icedogs Forward Carmon Teel
The Uncommitted 1996 series continues, focusing on players aging out of Junior Hockey who have yet to commit to a University or advanced to a higher level of hockey for the 2017-18 season.
In his second season playing at the Tier 3 Junior Hockey level, Bozeman Icedogs Forward Carmon Teel is hitting his stride. A 6'7 210lb skater, Teel is averaging nearly a point per game since joining the Icedogs in late November 2016. Teel began the season with 10 games for the Wooster Oilers where he also played his 2015-16 campaign, before transferring to Bozeman.
A native of Alaska, Teel made an immediate impact on the Icedogs, registering a hat trick in his first game with the team, following that up two nights later with an additional 3 point game. Teel registered a 6 game point streak from December 16, 2016 to January 5, 2017, a season high 4 points on January 20, 2017 and scored 2 game winners.
Teel has contributed to 26% of the Icedogs overall goals since joining the team.
Learn more about Carmon Teel by visiting the Bozeman Icedogs Website
Statistics (with Bozeman)
Games Played: 26
Hometown: North Pole Alaska