The '98 from Freeland, MI is in his first season in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL), and he currently owns a record of 9-2-0 through eleven starts.
"We are very happy for Aiden on his commitment to Brockport,” said Rangers head coach and general manager Rich DeCaprio, “Aiden has been great for us, and earning a spot on the league's All-Star Team proves that. He works really hard both on and off the ice, and he will have a great NCAA career."
As DeCaprio mentioned, Curry's performance so far this season earned himself a spot on the EHL All-Star Team. When you combine that experience with all exposure that Curry has received so far this year, the veteran netminder is very grateful for his time with the Rangers.
"I've enjoyed my time here with the Rangers, ever since joining the team in September," said Curry. "Coach DeCaprio pushes us to get better every day, and without him and the rest of the coaching staff, I would not be where I am today. I am excited to be joining SUNY Brockport in the fall of 2019. I really enjoyed my visit there, as it truly felt like the best fit for me. I would like to thank Coach DeCaprio for helping me reach my goal of playing college hockey. I would like to thank my teammates, as without them, none of this would have been possible. I would also like to thank my family for all of their support over the years. I am very excited about my future at SUNY Brockport."
Looking ahead, the Rangers will carry a 17-8-3 record with them into the holiday break. The Rangers are currently the #3 seed in the New England Conference, and the schedule doesn't get any easier in the 2nd half. Curry and Rangers will officially return to action at fourth and final showcase of the season, set to take place at Rodman Arena (Walpole, MA) on January 13th and 14th.
Learn more about the Boston Jr. Rangers on the team's official website, and check out the full 2018-19 NCAA commitment list.