The '03 native of Falmouth, MA chose the Wizards for what turned out to be his first and only season of junior hockey. In 44 Eastern Hockey League (EHL) games this past season, Devlin registered 24 points to his credit on 11 goals and 13 assists.
“Stone made an impact for us from the moment he arrived," said Wizards head coach and general manager Kory Falite. "He was one of the fastest players in the league and his speed is a threat every shift. We’re excited about his bright future at SNHU.”
That bright future at SNHU will be seen first-hand by Nicolas Dallaire, a fellow Wizard that is heading off to join the Penmen this fall. Devlin and Dallaire are part of a six-player class that the EHL is sending to SNHU, as the rest of the group consists of Collin Berke of Team Maryland, Austin Hirschberger of the Seahawks Hockey Club, Anthony Marchant of the Railers Jr. Hockey Club, and Bryan McLachlan of the Boston Jr. Rangers.
Devlin is grateful to be a part of this group, and he took some time to show his appreciation towards everyone that helped make this all possible.
“I would like to thank my family, coaches, friends, and everyone that has helped me throughout my hockey career,” said Devlin. “I have had outstanding support throughout my whole journey, and I greatly appreciate everyone that has helped me along the way. A special thanks to Coach Falite and the Wizards organization for a memorable year. Coach [Paul] Moore and Falmouth hockey taught me a culture that has never left me, and I'm looking forward to continuing that playing style for Coach [Sean] Walsh at SNHU next year."
Learn more about the Wizards on the team's official website, and check out the full 2022-23 NCAA commitment list.