By Jared Tennant

PHOTO: Mark Mauno

Mentor, OH - The Mentor Ice Breakers have officially completed a trade with the Elmira Enforcers, adding rookie forward Parker Moskal in exchange for future considerations. The trade took place on Februray 21, but Moskal did not join the Ice Breakers until prior to this weekend's series against the Watertown Wolves.

Moskal, 21, appeared in one game for the Enforcers earlier this season, scoring a goal in Elmira's 6-4 loss against the Carolina Thunderbirds on November 2. He made his Ice Breakers debut last night and logged an assist in Mentor's 6-3 win over Watertown. The San Diego, California native has appeared in several junior leagues over the past few years, including the MetJHL, NOJHL, NA3HL, and WSHL. Last season, Moskal scored 31 goals and dished out 37 assists for a total of 68 points over 39 games with the Long Beach Bombers, members of the Junior A WSHL. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound forward will give the Ice Breakers additional size, depth, and scoring punch as the team looks to make a run at the fourth and final playoff spot in the FHL.

The Ice Breakers, proud members of the Federal Hockey League, are in their inaugural season. Single-game tickets and ticket packages are available 24/7 online at They can also be purchased at the box office prior to every home game or by calling (440) 290-8502.