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Everblades agree to terms with Apap

Thursday, July 20th
Action photo of Tommy Apap

ESTERO, Fla. – Florida Everblades President Craig Brush, along with General Manager and Head Coach Brad Ralph, announced the team signed forward Tommy Apap to a contract for the 2023-24 season. Apap will be playing his fourth season of professional hockey. The Bloomfield Hills, Michigan local started his professional career with the Indy Fuel in 2020-21, split the next season between the Fuel and the American Hockey League’s Milwaukee Admirals, and then spent all of last season with the Admirals. He had seven points (2g-5a) in 44 games last season, and has recorded 26 points (8g-18a) over 122 professional games in his career.  The 27-year-old joined professional hockey from Michigan State University, spending four seasons with the Spartans. Apap had 31 points (17g-14a) in 127 college games and served as captain in his senior year. Prior to joining the Spartans, Apap played one season of junior hockey with the North American Hockey League’s Wichita Falls Wildcats and saw time in two United States Hockey League seasons, splitting his two seasons between the Fargo Force and Youngstown Phantoms. After registering 26 points (13g-13a) in 39 NAHL contests, Apap finished his USHL tenure scoring 37 points (9g-28a) across 110 games.

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