The biggest return is Dominik Pas. He is a goal scoring machine. He scored 10 goals at the u18s last year.
He had 26 points in 44 PHL Games as a 17-year-old. Pas finished second in points for u20 players and first in points per game. Without a doubt, Pas is going to be a great player and will be a leader on this team
Olszewski is also returning. At last year’s U18s, he 10 points in 5 games. He spent year the year in the USPHL and with various Polish clubs and national teams. Olszewski is one of the best prospects in all of Polish hockey
Oblonski is making his national team debut at this year’s u18s. He is also the oldest player on team Poland. He spent the season Borlänge HF J20, who play in the second best Sweden u20 league. In 14 games, he had 17 points.
Tyczynski is also making his national team debut. The 17-year-old forward will also be able to come back for next year’s u18s. Tyczynski has played this year with HK Spisska Nova Ves U18.
HK Spisska Nova Ves U18 plays in the Slovakia u18 league. Tyczynski finished 4th in the league for points and 5th in points per game. Tyczynski would also get a game in with HK Spisska Nova Ves’ u20 team.
Kiedewicz is also making his national team debut and is eligible for next year. He spent this year in the German Development League or DNL. The DNL is the best level of junior hockey in Germany.
In 37 games, Kiedewicz posted 4 goals and 3 assists. His team, Kölner EC U19, won the bronze medal game in the playoffs. Expect Kiedewicz to have a better statistical year next season.