Seventh overall CHL Import Draft choice Alex Geci commits to Sting

Sarnia Sting


Sarnia, ON – Sarnia Sting General Manager Dylan Seca announced today that the Hockey Club has received a commitment from 2020 seventh overall CHL Import Draft selection Alex Geci.

I will give the Sting and the Sarnia community my maximum effort each night to help the team win. I am a hard-working person and try to bring a positive energy to the team. I cannot wait to come to Sarnia and play in front of all the fans. I am very happy to be part of this organization,” comments Geci on his commitment.

A 6-foot-2, forward from Topolcany, Slovakia, Geci split this past season with HC Slovan Bratislava U20 (Slovakian U20) and Lukko U18 (Finish SM-Sarja) where he tallied a combined 31 points. He also suited up for his country at the 2020 U-17 World Championships in which he recorded a goal and an assist in three games played.

In 2018-19, as a 15-year old, Geci recorded almost a point per game playing for the U20 HC Slovan Bratislava. Sting General Manager Dylan Seca comments on the newest acquisition.

“We are excited to have Alex make his commitment to playing in Sarnia and we look forward to getting him here when appropriate to so. We feel Alex’s work ethic in all three zones, his offensive upside and overall character as a young man will be a major addition to this team,” comments Seca.

“Sting fans are going to come to appreciate his contributions and on behalf of the entire organization and it’s fans I would like to welcome Alex and his family to Sting Nation.”

The 16-year-old will turn 17 in late August and is eligible for the 2021 NHL Draft.

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