Bradley is in his second season with the Revolution, and to date, he's tallied 81 points in 93 career games in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL).
"Noah has worked to earn this opportunity," said Revolution head coach Jon Rogger. "He will be able to contribute immediately because of his size and ability to score. He has been a positive presence in the locker room during his time here.”
In two full seasons with the Revolution, Bradley averages just a tick under a point-per-game, and he's on a good pace to set new career highs in both goals and assists this year. The '98 native of Lititz, PA has played a big role for his team, and was a key reason Philadelphia advanced all the way to last year's EHL Championship Game. Bradley is very grateful to have this decision made, and he took some time to give his thanks to all of those who helped him along the way.
“The Revolution have the whole process in place and they guide you throughout the ups and downs as a player," said Bradley. "I am extremely grateful to Mr. and Mrs. Pulley for their continued support, and for the time [General Manager Chris] Kanaly and coach Rogger have put in to help me achieve this opportunity. Manhattanville has a great campus and their facilities are top-notch. I immediately knew this is where I wanted to pursue my education and hockey career."
Bradley went on to talk about when he first came in contact with the coaching staff at Manhattanville.
“The league showcases really started the process for me. I met with Manhattanville after our first showcase, so the exposure you get as a player is one of the best things about the EHL."
Looking ahead, the Revolution would be the #3 seed in the Mid-Atlantic Conference if the playoffs started today. With 15 games left, Philadelphia will look to improve on that slot, and hit their stride on their way into the postseason.
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