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Jermain inks deal with Mariners

Friday, July 8th
Action photo of Nick Jermain of the Maine Mariners

PORTLAND, Maine –The Maine Mariners announced the re-signing of forward Nick Jermain for the 2022-23 season. Jermain, who was a rookie last season, originally came to the Mariners in a mid-season trade with the Fort Wayne Komets.

The Mariners acquired Jermain in late January of 2022, in a deal that sent goaltender Zach Bouthillier to Fort Wayne. Jermain skated in 39 games for the Mariners, plus three playoff games, recording 16 points (5g-11a) in that span. Between the Mariners and Komets, Jermain posted 31 points (7g-24a) in 67 games as a rookie.

Jermain, who turned 26 years old in June, is from Cos Cob, Connecticut. He played a pair of seasons at home in the Eastern Hockey League for the Connecticut Oilers, before finishing his junior career with an 54 points (29g-25a) in 54 games for the British Columbia Hockey League’s Merritt Centennials in 2015-16. Jermain went on to play NCAA Division I hockey for Quinnipiac University from 2016-20, serving as captain in his senior season.

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