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Dinn Signs NAHL Tender with Black Bears

By TM Staff, 02/02/20, 2:15PM EST


Team Maryland is proud to announce the Maryland Black Bears have tendered 18U Junior Prep Forward, Farrell Dinn. The move represents the consistent rise in hockey throughout the Maryland region. It is also a proof that the ladder of development here in Maryland works with affiliates from Youth Hockey (Team Maryland) to Junior Hockey [Team Maryland (EHL), Maryland Black Bears (NAHL), and Youngstown Phantoms (USHL)].

“I am excited and honored that the Black Bears staff believes in me enough to extend a tender,” said Dinn. “One of the reasons I returned to Team Maryland was in hopes of playing for the Bears, and I can’t wait for camp to earn my spot on the roster”

Farrell Dinn was born on May 12, 2002. The Maryland native is a 5’10, 180 pound Forward. Dinn has achieved plenty this year as the 18U leading scorer was selected for the NAPHL All-Star game, affiliated in the NAHL, and now tendered with our affiliate NAHL club.

“We are happy to offer a tender to Farrell Dinn,” said Black Bears Head Coach Clint, Mylymok. “Farrell is a Team Maryland product, Maryland native, and a driven hockey player. We have had a chance to see him develop and prosper over the past season and a half, and feel he has the work ethic and drive to be a strong NAHL player.”  

Dinn is well known around the NAPHL and AYHL for his explosive skating, puck skills, and elite scoring touch.  But above all he is known for being a fierce competitor and has on more than one occasion outscored the entire opposing team.

“The purpose of the Team Maryland 18U Prep program is to prepare and move players on to the next level of hockey and this move accomplishes just that,” said Team Maryland Hockey Director, Chris Ceransky. “Farrell has some very impressive offensive skill and his dedication to growing as a hockey player is unmatched. We are very excited to see Dinn in a Black Bear jersey and are thankful to Coach Mylymok and Mr. Gunty for this great opportunity.”