Magicians forward Laylin makes NCAA DI commitment
The Minnesota Magicians of the North American Hockey League (NAHL) are pleased to announce that forward Luc Laylin has committed to play NCAA Division I hockey for the University of St. Thomas in the CCHA.
Laylin, 19, just completed his second season playing in the NAHL for the Magicians. The 5’8/175 lbs. native of St. Michael, MN, was the Magicians leading scorer during the 2020-21 season, recording 38 points (22 goals, 16 assists) in 48 games played.
He was named the Midwest Division Star of the Week twice during the 2020-21 season for the weeks of February 8-14 and again for March 22-28.
Laylin was named to the All-Midwest Division team and also had six points in 10 Robertson Cup Playoff games, helping the Magicians to the Midwest Division title and a spot in the Robertson Cup Championship.
“I’m proud to announce my commitment to play division 1 hockey at the University of St. Thomas. I’d like to thank my family, coaches, teammates, and friends for helping me along the journey. Excited to be apart of the program! #gotommies,” stated Laylin on Twitter.
During the 2019-20 season, Laylin appeared in 15 regular season games and had four points. Overall in his NAHL career, Laylin has played in 63 games and recorded 42 points.