Some players have dreamed about this opportunity their entire lives.
It’s their moment to shine at the next level or on the biggest stage. Many are more than ready and prepared for this experience.
It’s hard to think Bradley Nadeau could shine any brighter than last season, but the quiet and humble fiercely competitive talented forward for the Penticton Vees of the BCHL will undoubtedly be a player to watch season. Nadeau will handle NHL draft pressure the same way he handled his first foray into the BCHL. Outstanding.
The skilled savvy winger scored 20 goals in 26 assists in 49 games as a 16 year old.
Nadeau is unrelating in his pursuit of his hockey dreams. No matter what level Nadeau has always brought the goods.
Surprisingly, Nadeau was unsuccessful at making Team Canada’s Hlinka-Gretzky Team this summer, which will only motivate even more.
An ultra-motivated Bradley Nadeau will be quite something to behold. This kid turned a lot of heads a season ago with his extraordinary complete two-way style of play. We all know Josh and Bradley are destine to star at the University of Maine, which they will probably do together in the 2023-2024 season.
The sky is the limit for both Nadeau Brother’s, but it’s going to be very intriguing to see how much damage they will inflict on the BCHL in their sophomore season.
Bradley Nadeau is a player to watch entering the 2022-2023 season.
There’s no question he will be on the radar of many NHL teams. He could be the next New Brunswicker to be drafted into the National Hockey League.