Devereaux to Play Collegiate Hockey at Manhattanville

DANBURY, CT – Jr. Hat Tricks forward Elijah Devereaux has committed to play collegiate hockey at Manhattanville College (NCAA DIII).

During his lone year with the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks, Devereaux recorded over a point-per-game. In 37 games, Devereaux recorded 12 goals and 40 points in 2021-22.

His 28 assists were tied for the team lead, with nine of them coming on the power play.

Devereaux played in all situations for the Jr. Hat Tricks and was leaned on heavily in the face-off circle.

“To me, he was one of the best players on the team most of the year,” said NA3HL Jr. Hat Tricks Head Coach Tyler Noseworthy. “He was one of the best skaters I had seen and I think he was the best skater in the division, for sure.”

“It’s no surprise to me that he was able to land an NCAA Division III commitment,” Noseworthy added. “He is a great kid and it was a pleasure to have him on the team this year.”

At Manhattanville, Devereaux will have 2021-22 FPHL Hat Tricks forward Adam Dauda behind the bench as an assistant coach.