Adam Timleck named men's hockey's first recruit of 2019-20
TORONTO — The Ryerson Rams men’s hockey team is proud to announce Adam Timleck as the program's first commitment of their 2019-20 recruiting class.
Timleck, a right-winger from Toronto, Ont., joins the Rams after spending the last five seasons with the Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).
“We are very excited to add Adam to our program,” says Rams head coach Johnny Duco. “Adam brings a versatile skill set to our group. He is a hard-working player that likes to play a physical game and has a great shot. Adam's overall skill set should allow him to excel at the U SPORTS level.”
Dawning the ‘A’ in his fifth and final year with the Petes, Timleck scored 23 goals and added 30 assists in the 2018-19 regular season. He totaled one goal and one assist across five postseason games.
“I'm a dynamic, offensive forward,” says Timleck about his style of play. “[I] establish my presence through quick skating and playing smart, puck-possession hockey.”
Over 286 career OHL games, Timleck accumulated 73 goals, 81 assists, and 154 points.
Timleck played his junior hockey with the Greater Toronto Hockey League’s (GTHL) Toronto Jr. Canadiens, winning a league title with the team in 2014.
Timleck will enter Ryerson’s Arts and Contemporary Studies program in the fall.
“I chose Ryerson because I am excited about living in my hometown again,” explains Timleck, “while attending such an amazing school with a wide range of facilities and services that will help me further shape my career in both school and hockey.”
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