In a significant move within the Tier 1 Hockey Federation, the New Mexico Ice Wolves of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) have announced the tendering of forward Tim Hewko from the Biggby Coffee Hockey Club. 

The talented player, hailing from Gotebrug, Sweden, has made a remarkable impact in his first season with Biggby, accumulating 18 goals and 20 assists for an impressive 38 points in just 35 games.

Tim Hewko’s dynamic performance caught the attention of hockey enthusiasts and scouts alike, leading to his tender by the New Mexico Ice Wolves. This exciting development marks a pivotal moment in Hewko’s burgeoning career, signaling a new chapter with the NAHL team.

Biggby 18U Head Coach Brian Sherry shared his thoughts on Tim Hewko’s journey and the impact he has had on the Biggby team. Sherry commented, “Tim is a pure power forward with a goal scorer’s touch. High character kid with a knack for leadership on and off the ice. Very excited for him with his new journey with New Mexico!”

Hewko’s style of play as a power forward, coupled with his ability to find the back of the net, has undoubtedly contributed to his success and garnered admiration from his coach. His leadership qualities both on and off the ice further solidify his reputation as a player to watch in the hockey world.

The New Mexico Ice Wolves, a respected team within the NAHL, are gaining a promising asset in Tim Hewko. As Hewko embarks on this new phase of his career, fans eagerly anticipate witnessing his continued growth and impact on the ice.

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