DANBURY, CT– The Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks have inked a pair of new tender agreements, adding Donovan O’Neil and Cameron Partridge to the roster for the 2021-22 season.
O’Neil, an ’02-born forward from Duxbury, Massachusetts, most recently played for Dexter Southfield High School where he notched eight points in 30 games. He grew up through the Boston Advantage youth hockey system, eventually playing for the Boston Jr. Eagles 18U AAA team in 2019-20.
Partridge, an ’02-born defenseman from Wethersfield, Connecticut, skated with the Loomis Chaffee School Pelicans this season. He was teammates with Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks forwards Alex Krause and Cody Hoban in 2019-20. He also played with forward Mark D’Agostino and NA3HL Jr. Hat Tricks forward Nikita Kovalev with the Yale Jr. Bulldogs 18U AAA team.
The Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks complete their 2020-21 season next weekend, visiting the Johnstown Tomahawks for a tripleheader. Live coverage will be featured on HockeyTV. Signups for the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks’ free agent camps can be found here.