IHM Welcomes American Center Parker Moskal

by Chris White

International Hockey Management is proud to announce the signing of American forward, Parker Moskal. The 6’3, 195-pound left shot center is from San Diego, California. Parker was born November 16, 1997, and spent last season in the Federal Prospects Hockey League and Southern Professional Hockey League. Moskal is now looking to take his game overseas, to one of the European professional leagues.

Moskal earned a call-up to the Pensacola Ice Flyers of the SPHL, this past season. The honor was well-deserved, as he was leading all FPHL players with a 2.43 Points-Per-Game average. That torrid pace came in his second season, building off of a rookie season in which he led all first-year FPHL players with 1.56 Points-Per-Game. His high-skill game should translate very well to the European game. 

International Hockey Management President, Chris White, commented, 

“Parker is one of the most gifted skill players I have ever seen. He can do truly amazing things with the puck on his stick. More importantly, his game has become much more complete, and he is not even scratching the prime years of his career, yet. As a center, he also brings a strong ability in the face-off circle to compliment his size and skill. We are excited to see Parker show his talent in a new environment, this upcoming season.”


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